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Old 09-27-2007, 03:53 PM   #1
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i have a SSEi, 99, and the only complaint with my bonneville is the fact that i cant get my MP3 player to play through the speakers as the radio does.

is there a way to make this possible?
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im not looking to have it transmitted through a radio station. i want to be able to plug in while keeping my stock radio.
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dont have an ipod. does that matter?
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no. any aux. input
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how advanced is this stuff to actaully do?

very hard? hard? easy?
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It seems to be left/right channels and ground wired into the radio in an area that was left to be used for just this but not applied at the time. I see it'* pretty easy, but just time consuming. You'd have to trace the printed circuits on the AC Delco head unit. If you can find a spec sheet or see what'* made to plug in there, you can reverse-engineer the wiring.
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