Date: 23 Sep 1997 03:46:31 GMT
From: ctomassinopsamus.com (Carter Tomassi)
Subject: Re: SAAB 900 CD PLAYER


Harinder, Was the wiring easy to figure out? Did Crutchfield send installation info specifically about Saabs? Did ya have to drill any holes? I just bought a '97 900 and would love to add a reasonably priced CD changer. Thanks for your story. Carter In article <342685b9.5238742nopsam86.155.100>, hbawanopsamracle.com (Harinder S. Bawa) wrote: > Chris, > Thanks! I didn't know that the changer was a Clarion. I have been > dreading spending $500 at the Saab parts dept., but ordered one from > Crutchfield soon after seeing your post. I got it the next day and it > took 20 minutes to install! And who says the newsgroups only have > flames. Thanks again. > > Harinder > On Tue, 16 Sep 1997 19:26:03 -0400, Chris Thurrott > <scullynopsamltranet.com> wrote: > > >Hi Ryan: > > > >I have some information for you and am hoping you can provide some > >in return. My 96 900S has readily apparent holes on the driver's side of > >the trunk towards the rear of the car. There are two of them, that is > >where the changer mounts. I'm not sure if they are as apparent on the > >95's, but they should be. Clarion makes a changer that will work with the > >controls in the Saab radio, the CDC635. Crutchfield has it for $279 > ><http://www.crutchfield.com>

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