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Old 08-21-2005, 07:54 PM   #1
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Does a 1994 SSE have two plugs to connect the radio? Bought a 1994 SSE with aftgermarket radio. Recently got my hands on a GM radio/CD player manufactured Feb 1999. Has two male connector spaces on the back, one 20 pin and one 16 pin. I have never pulled a radio from my 1992 or 1994 SSE'* (with steering wheel radio controls) I would like to know before I pull the radio if I lucked-out and got a radio that will plug-in or what? Note: old radio has cassette, this new one has CD.
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go to car audio store and buy the wireing harness94 bonnieville also get the wire harrnnes for the aftermarket if you don't have it. and you will must like need a gm antenna adapter two. You will have put the two together the should have diagram what goes where. Make sure you have good connection and then you can buy elertric tape warp the connection up so non of the non insluated wiring is showing.
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Does a 1994 SSE have two plugs to connect the radio? Bought a 1994 SSE with aftgermarket radio. Recently got my hands on a GM radio/CD player manufactured Feb 1999. Has two male connector spaces on the back, one 20 pin and one 16 pin. I have never pulled a radio from my 1992 or 1994 SSE'* (with steering wheel radio controls) I would like to know before I pull the radio if I lucked-out and got a radio that will plug-in or what? Note: old radio has cassette, this new one has CD.
The 94 should not be a problem, unless it has an aftermarket stereo and or the factory wires have been cut...

The 99 deck.... Um is it a Pontiac 7 band Eq CD stereo?

If so it should be a direct fit to the 94, plug and play... The 20 pin connector is the only one you will use unless you have a factory CD changer in the trunk...<---- Thats where the connector in the center( back side ) comes in..... The 92 is a shade diffrent... And the connector tabs will prevent you from plugging in the 99 stereo I think... Small fix there...

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