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Old 02-22-2003, 01:22 PM   #1
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i was wondering if there is any way that i can take a radio out of a 94 SE and make it work with my SSE (Radio Controls) It does not have the seven band EQ; Will it work?
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I believe you can as long as the deck has the optional imput for the connector. I am assuming that the SE doesn't have the controls. Knowing GM and AC Delco the deck is probably capable of of the controls but just wasn't added. The best way o find out is to take out the deck from the SE and see if there are any connections that aren't being used. These decks seem to be pretty cross compatable between GM cars. I got my SSEi deck ('95) to work in a '97 GA.
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most Gm radios have the same plugs for speakers and power . it may have an additional plug for the wheel controls but it really should work if it mounts in ok
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In 1994-1999 the steering wheel control input is a part of the 20-pin main connector plug on the back. I would guess that it would work fine.
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