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Old 12-11-2006, 09:58 PM   #1
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Anyone familiar with these? They don't look like they're available for the 92-95ish, but the later years are. I'm installing one for a friend this weekend. Not in a Bonneville, but a Jeep Liberty. However, I thought you guys might be interested.
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we briefly discussed it on the 2000+ board, but we came to the conclusion that most of us won't benefit from it only because I don'tt hink the Bonnevilles have a cd changer plug unless your car had the cd changer option. Otherwise, I think more of us would run them. :(
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My understanding is that you don't need the CD changer plug. It interfaces differently. The Jeep Liberty I'm installing in doens't have a CD changer plug. It plugs in between the harness and main connector (I think, but I'll know more probably Saturday).
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It says it would plug into the back if there is a port for a CD changer.
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Hmmmmm......the liberty may be different then. Anyway, it looks like a great option for those that do have the right OEM HU.
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