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Old 06-08-2009, 11:46 PM   #1
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swapping steroes

hey there, this is my first post, but im looking for some advice...

i am wondering if i can take the stock cd player from an 04 sunfire, and swap it for the stock radio in my 03 sunfire without any complications. I understand you cannot simply do this with an aftermarket system and a stock system, but since it's the stock player from another sunfire; i would assume it would work.

also, is it the easy to take the stock radio deck out? i have googled it, but cannot find anything? id hate to start proding without some kind of better start. thanks for any help,

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Old 09-15-2009, 02:51 AM   #2
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Re: swapping steroes

First off why wouldnt you be able to swap an 04' OEM Radio for another one? Second, I am almost positive you can do this. Its just a matter of having the wires correctly hooked up. (and pphysically fitting it in)

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