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Old 02-28-2007, 09:34 AM   #1
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Default Need Stock CD/Tape, 97 SE

Hi,

I just got a 97 SE that only has a tape player. I was hoping to upgrade it with a CD/Tape player.
Does anybody have one to sell? Does anyone know what model years that are compatible with the 97 SE?


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There was no CD and Tape player offered for Bonnevilles in this year. You can use a bonneville CD from 94-99, grand prix from 94-2003, grand am from 1994-98 (probably to 200X as well) and firebird from 94-2002. You can also get a CD changer for the tape player and mount it in the trunk. Just make sure you get a Delco GM changer (usually 12 disc) and the cable that will need to be run to the back of the headunit.
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