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Old 09-12-2007, 11:25 PM   #1
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Wow- I havent been here all summer...been so busy..with a new job. So I miss this forum..but can hardley get the time for it.

I know that I saw someone on here had done this- and I kept in in mind.

My aftermarket stereo is slowly dyin- and im goin to replace it with a CD player from a 2002 GP GTP. I have an Ipod now and the accessory to play in the car- so I dont see the need to buy a new stereo.

I was hopeing that someone could help me with changing the wiring harness. I can wire houses, stores and factories...but I have little to no experience with car audio! and I dont want to fry the deck.

Please help!!
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I don't know the specifics of the Grand Prix, but Bonnevilles of that year use the Class 2 Serial Bus for many features in the radio, and I would be extremely surprised if the GP didn't also. Your car doesn't have any such thing and therefore the radio will not work.
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I don't know the specifics of the Grand Prix, but Bonnevilles of that year use the Class 2 Serial Bus for many features in the radio, and I would be extremely surprised if the GP didn't also. Your car doesn't have any such thing and therefore the radio will not work.
the GP, do not use the data bus...the Radio should work, you might have to adapt the brackets to make it work
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I would be extremely surprised if the GP didn't also.
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the GP, do not use the data bus...
Well color me SURPRISED!!!
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