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Old 10-20-2003, 12:46 PM   #1
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Well here we go again... :o .. I would like to c/o my 93' bonneville SSE cd/radio for a newer factory version. I can't play any computer recored cd'* on it. I have the delco with equalizer with remote on steering wheel. what other unit will fit my car.. Thanks for all the other information I have gotten on this site.. David
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This should open up alot of possibilities for you:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=58

Other than that, in order to make your steering wheel controls work with an aftermarket system, it MUST have an IR remote, and you have to install the SWI-X gizmo. A real PITA. I've done it once, and I'll never do it again.
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Try to get one that is as new as possible. They used the 99 Bonneville radio in some other Pontiacs thru 2001 or so. The earlier ones (94-95, etc.) look the same but can't always play the CD-Rs.
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In my 99 I have the stock stereo with tape player. I'd like to upgrade it to a CD player, but I'm not sure if the steering wheel controls will still work if I buy a stock Bonneville CD player from a 95-99. Does anybody know for sure if it'll work?? I don't want to go through the hassles of installing the interface module just for another stock stereo. If I have to do that anyway, then I'll just go with an aftermarket CD player. Thanks for the advice.
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Yes, controls will work. It'* a direct swap 94-99.
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