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Old 09-21-2002, 09:38 PM   #1
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hi there I have a 94 bonneville ssei and am looking for a factory am-fm cd player for my
car anybody out there have one for sale and am also looking for the owners manual...thanks baccala
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Click the following link....it might help!

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=573
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hi there I have a 94 bonneville ssei and am looking for a factory am-fm cd player for my
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They have been discontinued from GM all together. Even AC Delco remans are not available any more. I've tried this already, to keep my built in radio controls on my steering wheel. You are going to either have to go after market or newer GM unit & upgrade the wiring harness for the radio to get it to work properly. Any GM radio for a car after 95/96 has an upgraded wiring harness under the dash (OBDII)
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I have a CD player from a 96 , but the light in the backround went out . That'* fixable by buying the light at GM . Make an offer . other than the light it'* in mint condition if you are really intrested i'll fix the light and ship to you.
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I have a CD player from a 96 , but the light in the backround went out . That'* fixable by buying the light at GM . Make an offer . other than the light it'* in mint condition if you are really intrested i'll fix the light and ship to you.
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Sorry no 7 band just 3 but it'* okay ! like I said mint condition ,great radio call me tommorrow at work 877-521-8472 12pm-9pm direct ext. don't know how much they run for just got it lying around!
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You might be surprised just how many of these things are laying around wrecking yards. Most wreckers have a nationwide database, too. They'll find it if it'* out here. The low end stereo for the 92-95 usually runs 50 bucks for cassette, the EQ version with cassette is double that. CD, I dunno.
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It'* worth it. I dumped my Jensen deck and changer to go back stock. Then I added a ten disk that plays through an FM modulator. Smartest thing I ever did.
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Wanna ****? I bought the 80 buck translator to interface between my aftermarket stereo (jensen or any other brand) and the steering wheel controls. Never installed it. Dumped the deck instead. That stupid thing is still in the factory package.
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Wanna ****? I bought the 80 buck translator to interface between my aftermarket stereo (jensen or any other brand) and the steering wheel controls. Never installed it. Dumped the deck instead. That stupid thing is still in the factory package.
Was that kit designed for an OBD I or OBD II car?
The reason for asking I've got OBD I & I've been told by a couple of places that I have to rewire the harness in with an OBD II harness for the steering wheel controls! I just want to know if someone is pulling my leg or not! I'm not into sound systems that much, I just fix cars!
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