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Old 10-23-2003, 09:09 AM   #21
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Hi, I have the stock Delco stereo w. cd player - like the one that aviator327 aquired. My question is this, how easy is it to install an aftermarket stereo/cd player, and will you still have the steering wheel controls for it? Also, does anyone know what the wattage output for those Delco stereo'* w. cd player is? And how much power does this built in factory amp have?
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That big bitch Justin has one of those in his 92, just saw it Sunday.....and I must say $145 is a DAMN good price for one. Kudos. Great find.
Interesting discription of me Will. Yes I do have one but I'm having a problem. it gives me the err code when I put in a CD. I put in a CD with the brush on it and it wouldn't read it either. I'm thinking I should try the air can deal though I'm a little worried about condensation gettig on the lense. Fuddy, when you had the stereo out did it look like it would be easy to open up for a detailed cleaning?
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I had it apart - there are a million screws there, and they are all small. I also remember having to bend parts of the casing to get it open... Overall it was a pain. Now, possibly you could get through the slot with a pinpoint vacuum or some compressed air or something like that.
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My brothers and I deal with 2-3 of these a week. In fact I was just up at my brothers apartment and he has 2 just like that (Pontiac 5 band eq cd stereo) (perfect working condition), and about 4 with the black face and green lights(Buick/Chevy style). All are the early 5-band eq CD units.
Anyhow, for those with non-working cd portion that want to get it fixed you can get just about any of the early-mid 1990'* GM cd player (as long as the cd unit is on the bottom half of the radio) and swap the cd portion into your Pontiac CD stereo. Once the radio is out of the car and with the correct sockets it is only about 5-10 minutes to swap.
If you want it done you might e-mail or PM me and I'll get you my brothers e-mail address.
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lol.. check this one out... cadillac allente





now thats out of an airplane..
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Wow thats alot of buttons to work with.
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Got to love em... Late 80'* - Early 90'* GM technology.
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That big bitch Justin has one of those in his 92, just saw it Sunday.....and I must say $145 is a DAMN good price for one. Kudos. Great find.
Interesting discription of me Will. Yes I do have one but I'm having a problem. it gives me the err code when I put in a CD. I put in a CD with the brush on it and it wouldn't read it either. I'm thinking I should try the air can deal though I'm a little worried about condensation gettig on the lense. Fuddy, when you had the stereo out did it look like it would be easy to open up for a detailed cleaning?
I was having the same problem when I put my CD player in. I would get the err code also when putting in a CD. I have one of those CD cleaning disk with the brush and it would read it. I also shot a can of compressed into the slot. err code again. Then I got to looking at the CD'* I was trying to play. They were pretty scratched up. I had a couple of brand new CD'* I never played before, put them in and they played with no problem. I put some of that CD scratch remover on the older cd'* cleaned them up and they now play with no problem. I guess the laser lens in my unit was having a problem reading old scratched cd'*.
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Interesting discription of me Will. Yes I do have one but I'm having a problem. it gives me the err code when I put in a CD. I put in a CD with the brush on it and it wouldn't read it either. I'm thinking I should try the air can deal though I'm a little worried about condensation gettig on the lense. Fuddy, when you had the stereo out did it look like it would be easy to open up for a detailed cleaning?
The air cans are specially made NOT to have condensation when you use them. They were originally designed for computers that don't like that kinda stuff.
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Yep, That'* what i used. For computers & electronic equip. *Moisture-free cleaning.
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