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Old 01-18-2005, 07:22 AM   #1
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Hi,

Have anyone put a DVD and 1 or more screens in their Bonneville from up to 91? Im thinking of doing that in my car, with a 7"wide lcd in the front, and maybe 7" screens in the headrests.

Also, has anyone got the steeringwheels buttons to work with an aftermarket stereo?

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I don't think anyone here has installed monitors on any pre 92 vehicles as of yet.

Steering wheel controls can be retained with an aftermarket head unit that has a wireless remote by using this interface:



Do a Google search for "PAC SWI" to find it online or audio shops in your area may carry it.
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Nobody in a <92, but someone in a '93 .

Randy: Wouldn't it be the same for a 93 as far as physical modifying? Then, wouldn't the wiring be the same if you have a source of video other than the screen itself [like generic wiring]. Then, the power source could just be a 12ga wire [depending on the current needed, of course, check your manual for more specifics] ran through the maxifuse, or through one of the blank fuses in the fuse panel. It seems pretty easy to me.


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its very easy to run tvs i have 2 im my car
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Wouldn't it be the same for a 93 as far as physical modifying?
I don't think I would be able to do the 2 DIN mod in the 90 like I did in the 93. Similar to the 92-99 models with a column shift, the dash and trim do not allow enough room for a 4" high head unit. I suppose if you wanted to go crazy, you could move the climate controls to the left and take the place of the vent to the right of the column and go up instead of down for the opening. Too much work for me though.

gameover does have the simplest solution though.
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If you have plastic sun visors like the newer ones, then all you would need to do it is a dremel
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