Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 21:16:18 +0100
From: Alex Lyczkowski <alexnopsam.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: SAAB 900 CD PLAYER


In article <341DB321.1EECF2AEnopsamus.reno.nv.us>, |Erebus| <Ryannopsamus.reno.nv.us> writes > > Hi all, I own a 1995 SAAB 900 SE Turbo. I bought it used and it did >not have the CD-Changer installed in the trunk. I would like to install >a CD-Changer now. I have called my local SAAB Dealer in Sacramento >California, and the "SAAB" changer costs $590! I am not going to pay >this much for a 6-Disc Changer, when I understand that a normal >aftermarket changer (Kenwood, Sony, Etc.) costs around $250-$300. Are >there any special brands that fit the SAAB 900? I also have another >question concerning the wiring to the trunk in the SAAB. Where can I >get access to the wires in the trunk that run up to the dash. I have >looked but there is only one opening that allows access to the rear >lights to change the bulbs. Where are the wires? Are there special >holes already drilled to mount the changer to? Or do I have to drill the >holes myself? The only reason I can't have the dealer do this is >because my nearest dealer is in Sacramento, California and I live in >Reno, Nevada. This poses a problem, so I am looking to install the >changer myself. Any information will be appreciated! > Having just got hold of a Saab 900 myself. I'd be interested to know how to route the wires from the cd changer to the front ? -- Alex Lyczkowski alexnopsam.demon.co.uk

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