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Old 10-20-2003, 06:43 PM   #11
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Keep in mind that you will lose the steering wheel stereo controls with an aftermarket.
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Old 10-20-2003, 06:48 PM   #12
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Keep in mind that you will lose the steering wheel stereo controls with an aftermarket.
Mine doesn't have that feature :(... Thanks for the heads-up though.
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You would still have the volume and seek buttons. Plus with most aftermarket radios they come with remotes so I dont see what the deal is keeping the factory remote.
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My stock CD player sucks, it wont play my brand new Journey CD, no matter what I do, damn thing!
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Brand new Journey?

And in case it hasn't been stated definitively yet, you will still have they radio/cd player after you turn the key off. I do in mine, anyways.
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I'm sorry I dont have any info that would help MATTWZ'* problem, but In reference to the steeringwheel controls running a aftermarket radio, my son showed me (I think a CRUTCHFIELD/similar -on-line) harness that someone had for connecting the two together. It ran around 45 bucks, if anyone is interested I will post tomorrow, I'll have to wait till he gets home from work to show me again
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