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Old 01-02-2005, 03:35 PM   #1
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thanx to Kennginn, I am picking this up today. If anyone want a stock tape deck let me know. 10 dollars!
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nice job, if i still had my bonneville, id tap that stock tape deck, the buttons on mine quit responding and it was stuck on 3/4 volume on a local radio station!
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How'* the volume switch on that cassette player? I have the factory CD player from my car that has a broken one. I'd like to fix it and put it in the 90 or my wife'* Grand Am.

I don't want to steal your thread so if anyone has changed the volume switches in these radios, I'd like to hear from you. Please PM rather than hijack.

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you want mine? i dont think matt has that car anymore though. But if you want, you can take this outta my hands.
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what about me?? Does my pioneer still have a good home

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you want mine? i dont think matt has that car anymore though. But if you want, you can take this outta my hands.
If it'* available, I'll take it.
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its available right now. I will have it out of my deck in 6 hours.
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I also have a cassette player at home suffering from the same volume switch problem. Let me take it apart and see if I can use ti to fix the CD player. If the two switches are compatible, I'll take it. I'll need a few hours to get to it.
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Do you have the switch that doesnt turn all the way around? Is so, thats the switch i have. If you twist it to the right the volume goes up. If you twist it to the left the volume go down. It doesnt make a full 360* turn like the others. Also it has the Cr2o thingy with the prev and next buttons and the 5 band eq. Push button mute, push button seek, etc.
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thanx to Kennginn, I am picking this up today. If anyone want a stock tape deck let me know. 10 dollars!
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