Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 13:44:20 -0800
From: "Gary L. Stipe" <glstipenopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Help... advice on putting in CD Changer Anybody?


Mike, I have both a 95 and a 97 900SE with the CD changer factory installed. They are both on the left rear of the trunk. The name brand is Clarion. The one thing that I do not like about the factory installed changer is that in order to play it, the antenna has to be raised. I haven't figured out how to change that. It appears to be a function of Clarion, as that is the way my 9000 operated as well. But when I installed a Pioneer in an old 900, the antenna only operated with the radio, not the tape deck or CD. Good luck. Gary Mike & Dottie Malone <malonenopsamnet> wrote in article <64canl$8k5$1nopsamid.visi.net>... > Hello World > > My wife just recently acquired a brand new Saab 900SE and wants to put in CD > Changer aftermarket of course, (that is the only unrealistic problem > with Saab by the way.... dealer install is way too expensive) and needs > information on the most compatible player in regards to the car itself. > > We realize the car is prewired for the changer in the trunk and want the > simplist and preferably, cheapest way to do this.... AKA who is the > supplier for SAAB CD Changers. > > Also.... does anybody know exactly where the wire bundle sits in the trunk? > I don't want to start ripping liners that I don't have too. > > Thanks Mike. > >

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