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Old 08-26-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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I would like to thank everyone with the fuel gage problem. But i have one more question so i can make this car as it should be, the best.
I was wondering what would be the best radio replacement so i don't screw up the thief lock and im doing this because the display is gone, it shows the left side, but not the right. And i was wondering what would be a good radio to buy to replace it so it fits nice and snug, and not screwing up the thief lock. Thank you
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there are instructions at this link http://*********************.com/for...hp?f=18&t=7188 for a step by step how to on replacing radio lights. hope this helps.
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sorry i guess links dont like to copy. there is a guy at pontiac bonneville club dot com who has step by step instructions and pictures to replace radio bulbs. i hope this helps.

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there is no aftermarket "perfect replacement" for the radio, the bulb fix would be your best option
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