Date: 13 Sep 1999 13:21:03 GMT
From: Roger Williams <>
Subject: Re: CD Changer for 9-5 Wagon

Also spracht Matthew Faulks <>: > Put your own in, new headunit and changer. Probably cost about the same > price and it isnt very hard to do. Buy the adaptor to change the saab > connector to ISO, remove the old head unit, plug the new one in, run the CD > changer cable to where you want it to go, plug it in, drop the new head unit > in and there you go. Actually, I can imagine most 1999 model year Saab owners would *not* want to replace the head unit for a few reasons. One, the trip computer and all the display information comes up on the stereo's display. Second of all, finding a dash adapter kit for the new Saabs is a real pain in the ass - I haven't seen anyone with a harness or wiring kit for these cars. Third of all, the indash CD/Radio (with weather band, no less) actually isn't that bad: what it really needs is a simple amp, new speakers, and a way to hook up an aftermarket CD (or in my case, MD) changer. If there is anyway to find an adapter for the changer controls in the trunk, I'm all over it. -- {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{} \|/ {} RogerW {} 0< --! {} {} ^^^^(*)^^^^ {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{} ^^ / \ ^^

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