Originally Posted by iwin12
Does a 1994 SSE have two plugs to connect the radio? Bought a 1994 SSE with aftgermarket radio. Recently got my hands on a GM radio/CD player manufactured Feb 1999. Has two male connector spaces on the back, one 20 pin and one 16 pin. I have never pulled a radio from my 1992 or 1994 SSE'* (with steering wheel radio controls) I would like to know before I pull the radio if I lucked-out and got a radio that will plug-in or what? Note: old radio has cassette, this new one has CD.
The 94 should not be a problem, unless it has an aftermarket stereo and or the factory wires have been cut...
The 99 deck.... Um is it a Pontiac 7 band Eq CD stereo?
If so it should be a direct fit to the 94, plug and play... The 20 pin connector is the only one you will use unless you have a factory CD changer in the trunk...<---- Thats where the connector in the center( back side ) comes in..... The 92 is a shade diffrent... And the connector tabs will prevent you from plugging in the 99 stereo I think... Small fix there...
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