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Old 11-02-2004, 06:35 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I was thinkin of putting a CD Changer in my Bonne...but I really don't want the inconvenience of having to go into my trunk to change it (cold Canadian winters :P).

Anyways I was looking for alternative places people have mounted CD chagers (even just 5-6 discs) inside their cars. I was hoping for under one of the seats, but I don't think that would work as I have the power seats....

anyways thanks in advance
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sure there are places inside the car. Im planning on putting mine right under the dash on the hump between the footwells below the radio. there is a large spot there perfect
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I want a changer really soon, and that'* where I'm going to put it, too, directly below the radio, under the dash. Tons of space down there.
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That works really well, and there'* one other advantage...

When I bought my Bonneville, the previous owner had installed a Pioneer 12-Disc in there already... and he'd split the power for the changer off of the factory head unit. SO you don't have to run a wire through your cabin or (even worse) through the firewall.
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You'll cut down on the output of the head unit that way.

If it can fit, under a seat is nice, glove box, below the glove box, etc...
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