Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2004 11:23:51 -0400 From: EO <eno64nospamr.com> Subject: Free CD Changer
I have a Clarion ProAudio DC625 6-disk CD Changer up for granbs. It came out of my totalled 1995 Saab 900. (How a Mazda Miata can total a Saab 900 is still a bit confusing to me. :-) It was only used about three months and it is in great shape. If you have a CD-Changer-ready Saab, i.e., it already has CD controls on the stereo unit and therefore is pre-wired for a CD changer, then you can have this changer. BUT, you have to make sure it will fit your particular model and you need to make sure you have the cable already installed because I do not have a cable. My Saab had everything I needed except the CD changer so it was easy to hook up. If you want to check the compatibility with your Saab, I recommend going to Crutchfield (www.crutchfield.com), click "What fits my car?" on the left and enter your car information then select the " Factory Compatible OEM CD Changers" option. If the result comes up as Clarion ProAudio DC625 then you're in luck. I have the mounting brackets, though Crutchfield told me I would do just as well with some Velcro tape (and they were right), and I have an extra 6-disk cartridge. I also have the installation/owners manual. If you want to see a photo, go to www.duke.edu/~eolson/cdchanger Why am I doing this? These are going for nothing on eBay (and I don't have the cable anyway) and I would much rather give this to a fellow Saab enthusiast than spend a lot of effort for a few bucks. If want this and you pay the shipping, I'll gladly send it. If you live in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina, you can come get it. If you have any questions, send an email to eno64nospamr.com.