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Old 09-21-2006, 01:06 AM   #1
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Default What is a good Delco Cd-player?

I have a 91 LeSabre with a Delco Cd-player, from a pontiac Grand AM. It plugged directly into the wiring harness, and fit perfectly.

However, after a while, it feels like its time to get a new system. I'd like one to match my other display lights, this pontiac unit is red, mine are green. I hate the equalizer, I can never get it right, and the buttons are getting worn. Some bulbs in it are out too.

I absolultly do not want an aftermarket Cd player. They look so out of place in my LeSabre. I'd like to stay with a Delco system.

What about the Cd-players that came stock with these cars? What about the cassette/cd player, will they fit into my current configuration?
This is one example i had in mind. Its probably too wide or tall to fit into my exisiting place?
http://cgi.ebay.ca/BUICK-LESABRE-RAD...QQcmdZViewItem

Here'* one that might be nice?
http://cgi.ebay.ca/GM-Delco-AM-FM-CD...QQcmdZViewItem

Well, red doesn't matter. it just that I want good sound. It does have stock speakers though.

Thanks for the help guys.
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the 2nd choice should work i think........the first link will definitely not work
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wow thems expinsive.... you know you can make the newer ones work on the older wiring... theres a diy link on here somewhere (i do believe) if not ill try to find it in the morn.
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The unit from the 03 WILL NOT work in your car. that thing works through the cars computer so it'* worthless in your Lesabre.
I suggest getting one like the second you show or you can get one that is almost the same, except it has a 5-band EQ. VERY pricey they are though... my brother sells OEM GM radios and gets upwards of $350 for the 5-band unit on E-bay.
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