Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1999 07:46:23 -0400
From: "David B Lightstone" <>
Subject: Re: 94 Saab 900 and CD changers

Scott FitzGerald wrote in message <>... >(1) Yes > >(2) a) go to a car stereo shop (or your dealer) who will have the tool >to pull the head unit out and then plug the DIN connector in > > b) make your own tool (very easy and very handy) by cutting to 10" >sections of wire coat hanger, bend them into a "U" shape, and then >insert one into each pair of vertical holes on the head unit. With >the tools inserted, stick a couple of fingers in the cassette opening >and pull out (some wiggling of the unit or the tools may be required). > >Have you hooked up the changer in the back? It may be that the cable >at the head unit is already connected (it was in my dads '96), so make >sure you try the changer out first. The car was pre-wired I am able to locate the connector in the trunk I am able to connect the changer to the trunk connector The Control head recognizes the changer The changer does not latch in the CD cassette I was hoping that one of the wires in the cable had broken and wanted to test the possibility by connecting a different cable from the hear unit to the changer > >Cheers, and enjoy! >Scott. > >David B Lightstone wrote: >> >> Two questions >> >> (1) Has anyone installed a Clarion CDC635 successfully in a 94 Saab 900? >> >> (2) How do you get access to the changer cable at the radio control head? >> (access at the trunk is easy)

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