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Old 08-20-2007, 08:48 PM   #1
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Hey everyone. I just recently got a '92 Bonneville SSEi. I would like to put in my CD player that I have from my other car, but I am unable to find a wiring harness that will work with my premium sound, without having to rewire all the speaker wires. Is the such a harness that will allow me to do a simple plug and play with a aftermarket H/U?
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The standard one will work, I am almost sure about that. I think the 94+ requires a wire to be wired in for the amp to come on when the key is turned on.
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Thanks man...
http://www.myinstallkit.com/PONTIAC/1992%20(92)%20PONTIAC%20BONNEVILLE%20Radio%20-%20Stereo%20Installation%20Kit.htm
Does that look halfway decent? If not can someone post me to a good wiring harness?
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I'd get yours on Crutchfield.com. You don't know who makes that or if the quality is good or not.
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Casey...do you mean that the gain slider isn't working ?

If so you can power the amp and regain that feature.
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Casey...do you mean that the gain slider isn't working ?

If so you can power the amp and regain that feature.
Oh no no, I was saying that I would like a aftermarket harness that allows me to use a aftermarket H/U without messing anything up. I read a couple of threads on here and some had said it was difficult to do if your car had factory premium sound.
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Not hard at all.

I put an aftermarket HU into a 95 SSEi and the only thing missing to begin with was the functionality of the gain slider. I added that back in by adding one pin to the harness and putting power to it from the remote turn on lead from the HU.
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To tell you the truth, I wouldn't really mind if the gain slider worked, or if it did not.
Does this harness look like the correct one?
http://www.crutchfield.com/*-sdcoSLp...00&I=120701858
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I figured this would be the best spot to also ask this question.
I want to put a set of Alpine 6x9'* I have in the rear deck. But which wires do I tap into? I went in the trunk and saw that the stock wires going into the stock speakers are black(ground I'm assuming), dark blue, dark blue, and light blue. Now, I don't really care about retaining the stock gain slider, so which wires should I tap into?
Thanks for all the help so far(great site).
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OK... sorry but new question. I found this site, with all the stuff to install and aftermarket H/U into my car, but, I have a new question.
If you scroll down to where it says "I have premium sound, and want to add a new radio", take a look at that harness... do you think this is the right one for me?
Also, does it look like the speaker harness they have listed on their site would work with my rear speakers, or just the front?
http://www.tune-town.com/Cars/stuff/...Bonneville.htm
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