Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2000 23:55:24 GMT
From: NorthernLad <nrthrnldnopsamail.com>
Subject: Re: 92 Single CD Player


Yeah. When I had an 84 Saab I had replaced the factory radio when it died with a Sony and it did match well, but honestly any more I look at the modern radio's and they are all really plastic looking to me. I like simple and basic, I don't need graphic CD's spinning and other nonsense. Anyway...another question: I just had a battery problem and had to enter the code. Well, all the manuals for my car at home (I'm in college) and I thought I was entering the right code. Turns out I'm not entering the right code, but now that i've entered the code a million times it won't let me put the right code in! I've tried disconnecting the radio, taking the radio out, taking the fuse out, disconnecting the battery from the whole car (for about 30 minutes). NOTHING seems to get the radio back to CODE Any help? Thanks!! C On Wed, 01 Mar 2000 21:02:53 GMT, NorthernLad <nrthrnldnopsamail.com> wrote: >Hi All- > I'm thinking of trying to locate a Single CD Player that was >an option on the 1992 900s that I have. I was wondering if anyone had >ANY idea where to get one, or if they are any good? It seems odd I >know to want an 8 year old CD player, but I like the idea of keeping >my current radio and just adding the second DIN cd player. I like the >look of having original parts in the car, and I'm not all that crazy >about the look and operation of modern cd players, they all look >plastic and cheap to me! > > Anyway, thanks in advance for any help! > > Chris > bainesnopsamdu

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