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Old 12-20-2004, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default Delco MP3 Radio into a 92 Bonneville ?

I just saw this new Delco MP3 CD Player on Ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

Ebay Item number: 7941010703


WIll i be able 2 install this stereo into a 92 Bonneville with the Steering Remote and everything ?
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The wire connections are different than your 92 harnesses but that still doesn't mean that it won't work. Probably need a pin-out diagram for it to tell for sure.

That'* a really nice unit, though. I hope they will work. It would look good in my 90.

EDIT: The more I look at it, the more it looks like a double DIN chassis. Not an easy fit.
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Back is 7 inches across and 4 inches high and 6 inches deep.
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yes that looks bigger than a 1 1/2 DIN.

I'll have measurements in a second fof the factory radio
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the face of the stock radio is 8" wide and 3 3/4" high
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Just go to a salvage yard and cut the harness for it out and splice it in like you're putitn in a aftermarket deck, The size issue.....If there'* a will there'* a way around it.
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that radio is 1/12 DIN... It looks exactly like the radio in both of our 2000'* just with the MP3 on it and a few different cosmetic colors. nothing major is different though.
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Ya it should fit in our cars...But I sure as hell ain't paying 2 bills for it...f that I could get a real decent Pioneer MP3 deck for that.
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That radio is a double DIN. Specs from two double DIN headunits from www.crutchfield.com:

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double-DIN (4" tall) chassis

JVC KW-XC777
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double-DIN chassis (4" tall) with fixed face
It will not directly fit our cars without modifications to the dash and trim.
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Ya it should fit in our cars...But I sure as H*** ain't paying 2 bills for it...f that I could get a real decent Pioneer MP3 deck for that.
I agree you would be better off with an after market one
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Ya it should fit in our cars...But I sure as H*** ain't paying 2 bills for it...f that I could get a real decent Pioneer MP3 deck for that.
I agree you would be better off with an after market one
It would atleast fit right and you'd be able to run subs and other things off of it.
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