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Old 12-31-2005, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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help puting in 6 disk cd changer

Thought I would get some info from you guys befor I start riping into it. In my trunk it says I'm pre wired for a 6 disk cd changer. I bought the cd changer but am I gonna find the wires back thier to plug into it or do I still need to buy some kinda of wireing harness to hook it up?
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If you purchased an oem changer, and you still have your oem head unit, yes, it should be virtually plug and play. The DIN plug is behind the carpet in your trunk.

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If you purchased an oem changer, and you still have your oem head unit, yes, it should be virtually plug and play. The DIN plug is behind the carpet in your trunk.

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Yes it's oem..it came from a friends 2000 3 series...he put in a new stereo as soon as he bought his car and it's sat in a box ever since.
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if your sig tells about the cars youre talking about, youll have to look closely at the plugs, if it doesnt plug in like jllphan was talking about, it wont work. I'm not sure about the 91. The 95 should work.
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