Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 22:26:19 +0100
From: Leroy Curtis <leroynopsamam.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Closer to my 9-3 purchase


In article <37880009.46551886nopsam.mindspring.com>, sundancenopsamalias.net writes >Hi, > >I've made up my mind about exactly what I want but have one more thing >I'd like an opinion about. My future Saab is to have a cassette >stereo system since I have a ton of these and enjoy making my own >tapes and can't deal with using my cd writer to make audio. > >I've found a very good deal that I'm happy with, but the particular >car has a cd player in it. The dealer claims they switch out from one >to the other all the time and it makes no difference. He will put in >a cassette player for me. Is it better to keep searching for a >factory installed one or do you experts think this makes no real >difference. I hope that the switch from cd player to cassette doesn't >result in rattles or other problems. > 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. -- Regards Leroy Curtis Please replace "nospam" with "baram" in my address if you wish to reply by Email

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