Date: Thu, 08 Jul 1999 23:24:57 GMT
From: smf-nospamnopsamalias.net (SMF)
Subject: Re: Closer to my 9-3 purchase


On Thu, 8 Jul 1999 22:26:19 +0100, Leroy Curtis <leroynopsamam.demon.co.uk> wrote: >If the car has the factory-fit radio/casette unit, your dealer is >absolutely truthful in his claims; units are swapped all the time >between new cars, because it doesn't make sense for someone to wait 8 >weeks for a factory-ordered car when a dealer has the exact car in stock >but with the wrong audio equipment. You will have no problems; the units >simply slide in and out of the dashboard once the appropriate tool has >been inserted into the little holes in the front of the unit, and the >electrical connection is made by one multi-pin plug. Thanks, that's nice to know that the entire dash doesn't need to be ripped apart to get to the wiring and mount like in my old car, but it doesn't seem like such a good idea in terms of preventing thefts despite the code system. Won't deter me in getting the 9-3 anyway.

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