Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 12:00:57 -0400
From: (Scott I. Remick)
Subject: Re: Assist. w/ radio...

In article <7iimmb$kt$1nopsamander.INS.CWRU.Edu>, says... > > anything special about a Saab/Clarion radio? I'm considering replacing the > stock cassette in my 88 900T. in particular, I'd like to know if the > harness that's back there will work reasonably well with newer stereos. > also, how do you get the deck out? I also realize there's a code that > prohibits it from working, etc. I did a custom sound system for my own 84 (new and additional speakers, amps, etc). The original 900 style like yours and mine is the best because it uses the standard DIN-size deck, so I didn't need any special mounting hardware. I just used the harness that came with the deck and spliced the power wires into the car's wiring. I ran new wiring for everything except the turn-on wire. The newer model Saabs would be a pain to replace the deck in, but your experience should be easy. ----------------------- Scott I. Remick Network and Information (802)388-7545 ext. 236 Systems Manager FAX:(802)388-3697 Computer Alternatives, Inc. <> <> <> "Voici mon secret. Il est tres simple: on ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur. L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux."

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