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Old 01-07-2005, 01:32 PM   #1
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sorry if this has been asked before... my father'* 94 SLE has a cassette w/ equalizer headunit; I just got hold of a '95 that has CD/equalizer. Theftlock issues aside, would this '95 era unit fit and wire in exactly into the '94 car? I am seeing conflicting opinions so just thought I'd ask the experts thanks
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yes a your CD will be a direct swap. all the radios from 94-99 will fit. Now there may be a few cosmetic differences between the years but the mounting brackets and connections will be exactly the same. 92-93 radios have a slightly different mounting but you still can use the 94+ radios in 92-93 cars

with the CD you put in you will be able to retain your steerning wheel controls too
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