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Old 02-03-2006, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default Factory Radio upgrade to GM MP3 player

Will this fit in My 2001 Bonneville SE?

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Since it looks like you own it already, what could it hurt to just plug it in and try it before you do the final mount.....
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I dont own it yet thats the problem
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we need someone that has installed a aftermarket CD player in there 00+ to take a look at there factory deck...


or take yours out and make sure that the connector is the same
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we need someone that has installed a aftermarket CD player in there 00+ to take a look at there factory deck...


or take yours out and make sure that the connector is the same
And in the same spot...

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this is taken from a 2000 cd/casette deck... it looks like the ribbon connector might be different. Also, the bonnie radio has an "outie" for an antenna plg and the mp3 has an "innie"


another thing to keep in mind is that the radio WILL NOT work until it is programmed to match your cars VIN by the dealership (they may charge upto $100)
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yup, that'* a negative. It won't work. Sorry.
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