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Old 09-01-2003, 07:26 PM   #241
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Yep, I know which ones you mean now. Its very sleek indeed, I hope I don't run into any electrical problems though. 2 days with the car so far so good.. I realized today that I might want to swap my new Pioneer speakers from the Bonneville and put them in the Aurora, might be nice to go along with the bass module back there
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I realized today that I might want to swap my new Pioneer speakers from the Bonneville and put them in the Aurora, might be nice to go along with the bass module back there
That would be sweet...what'* Paul gonna think though? j/k...I'm sure he'll throw some JL'* in there
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Old 09-01-2003, 10:31 PM   #243
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He has plans for it already, the JL'* that are in his Vette are goin into the DIstrict. But you know what, for now, the audio in the Aurora is TOP NOTCH....

You know that Peter

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For shizzel my nizzel...it is top notch. Glad we found the CD player problem.
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My car'* was top notch too but I still upgraded it. Sounds even better than before.

But I definately agree that the stock systems are enough for most people.
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For shizzel my nizzel...it is top notch. Glad we found the CD player problem
Yeah I agree, the multiple settings are nice. its gonna be fun to play with it. Oh today I managed to get all the grit and dirt crap from in between all the buttons, now I only plan to use the steering wheel controls
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i used these clorox wipes, they got all the old dirt crap from fingers and made my stereo look like new. Just had to wipe it, I was surprised as to how easy it was.
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Ya, I have those Armor All wipes, then i took a flat head screwdriver to get between the wedges and buttons, looks like new now.
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It is official, taxes are paid, the ownership has my name on it....what an adventure. Done deal ladies and fellers.

Thanks for the great thread too....
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Jim, I looked at the pic when you got out the Aurora on the Ontario meet and I have to say this car actually fits you. You look nice in it. (NO I AM NOT GAY )
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