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Old 10-12-2005, 05:42 PM   #1
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Anyone know how much Bestbuy charges to install CD Players??
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if you havent bought one yet, i would wait until they offer a free install with purchase, which they do quite often
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Although doing it yourself is pretty simple and straightforward.
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Although doing it yourself is pretty simple and straightforward.
x2, not much work to install one yourself.
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50 dollars plus another 25 for supplies.
Thats what turned me away from it now Im trying to figure out the freaking wire configuration. The guy that sold me the alpine unt was not much help and the manual is not either no color comb can any one help me with this? do I have to splice the remaining wires out of the harness and connevt them with the new wires? Please help.
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50 dollars plus another 25 for supplies.
Thats what turned me away from it now Im trying to figure out the freaking wire configuration. The guy that sold me the alpine unt was not much help and the manual is not either no color comb can any one help me with this? do I have to splice the remaining wires out of the harness and connevt them with the new wires? Please help.
umm there should be a harness adapter for the factory wiring that you should have too, and makes things 1000 times easier
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I know I was surprised when I asked them how much... I ended up getting frustrated waiting for someone to come along and do it(eh em Chad!!) so I went out and did it myself... and I'm a GIRL!!!!! Had to pull the dash apart a little and put in a mounting kit too! I thought it was fun until I realized that I left a CD in the stock one and had to turn around and take apart the dash and plug in the old one to get it out! I'm so stupid!
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way to go Melissa.....its not really that hard...the hardest thing is matching up the wires from the HU to the new harness..the rest is plug and play
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way to go Melissa.....its not really that hard...the hardest thing is matching up the wires from the HU to the new harness..the rest is plug and play
You're just chasing me around in here aren't you!!!! It'* like hide and go seek in the forums! Kinda fun! LOL I found matching pretty easy! BTW is that sarcasm("way to go melissa") ?!?!
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