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Old 04-04-2011, 07:18 AM   #11
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those things are kind of expensive to the point were if you just have a normal car an aftermarket radio would be a better option. if the wire into the hu itself thing sounds good it will be minimal cost
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well i pulled mine apart found that i doubt i can wire it directy to it, its about 20 little white wires and cant tell where they go.
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your radio look like that;
http://replacementradios.com/images/PontiacUP3CD.jpg

the info said there was like 4 wires that go from the cd to the amp section, you say theres just a bunch of white ones?
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To my knowledge, PIE makes auxiliary input adapters that fit most GM cars with CD changer control. There is a "GM9" connection, prevalent in Chevrolet and Pontiac head units (pre-2000 or so, depending on the model, E&C Data protocol), and a "GM12" connection used in Class 2 Data units that are not "dock 'n lock." The 1996 Oldsmobiles used double-DIN head units with a 32-pin connector, blue in color. These were E&C head units but as far as I know, PIE does not make an adapter for those types of radios.
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i have the oldsmobile radio
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