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Not sure if this is the right place for this post.... Has anybody every had the CD player fixed? If so, how much was it? Is it cheaper/better to get another stero?
The car is a 1990 Bonnie SSE. Thanks for any responce.
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I wasnt sure if the cost was about the same as getting the wheel piece ($50) plus the cost of a new radio ($100) kinda sucks on trips with only radio, plus the kids are driving me up the wall about this!
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thanks for the web site.... I think I will look into getting an aftermarket. Seems hard to belive that it costs so much to have this unit fixed.
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i know if you do some heavy searching there are people who fix them, i had a few of my cd players fixed and the most i ever got charged was $25. You just have to find the right person... usually not businesses.
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I dealt with someone on eBay (he'* from Virginia Beach), put a new player in my radio for $100. works great
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I dealt with someone on eBay (he'* from Virginia Beach), put a new player in my radio for $100. works great
Can you post his name or contact info?
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