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Old 04-17-2009, 03:17 PM   #11
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I cant think of much else to point out to you. I am assuming that your harness comes with a replacememt door chime. If so, when you install it, if you feel like it is too loud, you can wrap electric tape around it to kinda muffle the sound. other than that, it shouldnt be too painful to install. Let me know if you are interested in adding other aftermarket elements to your system and I will give you any help you may need. I own an audion business and offer a discount to members of this club as well so dont hesitate to call on me. One thing that I always tell people is that I sell the best prefabbed boxes i have ever heard, and they are driver specific. so there is a kicker box, mtx box, jl box... I actually have one in my car that I love and was gonna build a fiberglass enclosure but changed my mind because of how good this box sounds
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Okay, thanks for the tips. I'll get back to you if something doesn't work.

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I'm about to do the same thing with my 03 bonneville SE. But I was just wondering. would this schosche ribbon adapter be the same as this one? I have also read something about the headunit space on bonnevilles being a 1.5 din. Is this true? And if it is what would i have to do to be able to use a single din headunit.
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