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Old 03-21-2004, 06:08 PM   #1
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Hi all. I am just about ready to buy the Sony CDX-M9900 HU for my 2001 Bonneville and I need to know if I am buying the right installation adapters, harnesses, and kits. I appreciate any feedback. Thanks a lot.

HU: http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=13715

Dash Kit: http://www.sounddomain.com/SKU/SCOSKGMT494

Wiring Harness: http://www.sounddomain.com/shop/item...07B&vq_id=none

I havent found an antenna adapter yet. Anyone have any ideas? Also, I have OnStar but havent enabled it yet. I read I need an adapter. Does anyone have any links?
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that deck looks really nice cant wait to see pics of it in
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I will post pics as soon as I have it installed. Did you check out the other links jachin? Am I buying the right dash kit and wiring harness?
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IT looks to be ok. If ur not sure walmart should carry the same stuff for about the same prices. Buy it from them so i will be easier if ur wrong.
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DONT GO TO WALMART unless you know what to buy, besides i know about your deck,
you want a harness to be nice and not give **** connections, Just go to Best Buy and ask them which harness you need, also from Walmart you can get an antaena adapter,
and the dash kit is something you'll want to ask best buy about as well.

Oh and great choice on the deck i would buy that as well but dont have to cash to drop,
besides if you dont want to spend that much, go to

www.eclipse-web.com

Trust me Eclipse'* RULE, they have unbeleivable clarity and awesome production quality.
hope you get it all figured out!
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