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Old 10-23-2003, 03:24 PM   #1
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Hi, I have the stock Delco stereo w. cd player - like the one that aviator327 aquired. My question is this, how easy is it to install an aftermarket stereo/cd player, and will you still have the steering wheel controls for it? Also, does anyone know what the wattage output for those Delco stereo'* w. cd player is? And how much power does this built in factory amp have?
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They sell adapter kits to fit normal size cd players into the large open area for the stock GM cd player. Oh by the way, I am VERY interested in buying that GM Delco CD player off you if you decide to sell it!
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Both the radio & the amp aint much. The speakers are 10 ohm so its not going to take much power to power them. I think Pioneer sells factory size raadios for our car as well. Ill try & find it for ya.
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My son showed me this awhile back. A friend of his put an aftermarket stereo in his Firebird (late 90'*) and used one to maintain the use of his controls on the steering wheel.

http://www.audiooutfitter.com/store/...html/SWIX.html
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theres the pioneers I was talking about. The model #'* are:
Pioneer DEH-P47DH which you can get for $200. Heres the link.

http://www.sounddomain.com/sku/PIODEHP47DH

The other is the:
Pioneer DEH-P77DH which you can get for $230. Heres the link.
http://www.sounddomain.com/sku/PIODEHP77DH

Plus most of the radios come with remotes, I would rather have that then to spend 50 bucks to keep the steering wheel controls. Just my thought.
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They sell adapter kits to fit normal size cd players into the large open area for the stock GM cd player. Oh by the way, I am VERY interested in buying that GM Delco CD player off you if you decide to sell it!
If you want one of those rare 92-93 CD players PM me and I will give you the address and phone# where I got mine after an extensive search. I think they still have a few left.
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I have a Stock CD in my 92 and would like to keep it but it doesn't want to read any cd'*? It just say Err and spits them out. I tried putting a cleaner cd in it but it just did the same thing. Any suggestions?
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new cd player time...theymake install kits..!
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I'd hate to trash it being it'* hard to find. There'* no way to fix it? What are common causes of this problem?
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My son showed me this awhile back. A friend of his put an aftermarket stereo in his Firebird (late 90'*) and used one to maintain the use of his controls on the steering wheel.

http://www.audiooutfitter.com/store/...html/SWIX.html
I had one of those. Biggest Pita I ever saw. I'd never buy another if you paid me for it. It also requires a HU with an IR port.

Justin, I'd take that sucker apart. I bet considering the history of your car, that you just need a thorough cleaning.
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