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Will a 96' - 00' work in my 94'

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Just a quick question for you guys.

Will a 96' - 00' work in my 94' SSE without any extra wiring?
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We need more info here...

What are we talking about?

Engine?
Trans?
Stereo?
tire?

We really don't have any idea what you are asking
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hahahahaha! sorry I can't believe i did that!

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Moved to the proper section.
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I can't speak of pre-2K because of my limited experience (although I would think there should be a way), but the 2000 MY radio is definitely out. These must see a valid VIN on a data bus before they will power up. No compatible data bus exists on the '99 and earlier Bonneville.
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Well, I am not 100% sure, but looking at this Techinfo article; http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=95 It looks like the '94 - '99 stereo might be the same. The link talks about upgrading a '92 / '93 stereo to '94 - '99.
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I've seen the connectors and yes, they are the same. The wires all match up.
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I've seen the connectors and yes, they are the same. The wires all match up.
Awesome. Picked one up on eBay. Should be here sometime next week. I appreciate the help!
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Cool! Which head unit did you get?
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