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FS:PONTIAC AM/FM/CD Radios with Ipod Mp3 Aux input by Fiero Tom
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Latest radio for sale plug-n-play with aux. input .. same price $120 shipped. SOLD




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Looks great!

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Do you have any with the CD changer support? I'd like to use the CD Changer for a bluetooth adapter, but also have the front AUX-in for an ipod/etc.


You can always go this route, the cassettes have CD changer support .........

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What are the requirements for CD changer? Like what kind of plug and changer will I have to find? and how much $$$?

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My Radio showed up on Monday as advertised. It looks great and everything works well. I had to notch the rear support to clear the wire connector and sand down the hex on the nipple that mates with the rear support to allow the radio to sit back another 1/8". I also slightly notched the mounting holes in the forward supports to match the mounding holes of the Fiero. It is a nice stock look.

Thank You Tom!

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Latest radio ... Monsoon late '99 with CD changer support $150 plug-n-play shipped ($180 to Canada) SOLD



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PM Sent

 
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Latest radio ... Monsoon late '99 with CD changer support $150 plug-n-play shipped ($180 to Canada)







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That's like the one I have. The one I have from Tom looks brand new.

I have run into a problem though. The last owner cut the factory harness. I now need to find one before I install this Head Unit.

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Feedback completed! Thanks Tom!

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Feedback completed! Thanks Tom!


Feedback back to you and THANKS

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I have an original radio/cassette player if anyones interested. Check out my post.

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I got my radio this week, and had a few minutes to swap it in today. Only took a couple minutes (and I've never done it before). The harness adapter was straight-forward (everything only plugs in one way).

Some folks elsewhere mention that the triangular metal plate at the back needs to be bent out of the way when swapping radios. However, with the model that I got (The Monsoon CD unit with remote CD capability), no modification was required. I just had to make sure the pin on the radio lined up with the hole in that plate.

I'm a very happy customer.



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Latest radio ... same price plug-n-play $120 shipped


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For those interested north of the border, plug-n-play to Canada is $150.

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Is there any way you can do one with a rear aux port? I'd like to run an aux cable to the cigarette lighter trim piece

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I have the CD player pictured below. The CD will randomly and intermittently skip sometimes until it has warmed up for a few minutes. I wonder if this is something you would take as a trade in on one of your equalizer CD units with the modified input. Or maybe it can be repaired and have the input added. Sorry about the dark pic. Not much light in the garage. Visually it is in near flawless condition. I can send a daylight picture if you have any interest.

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PM replied and THANKS.

 
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Sounds very interesting ... I may be interested in a swap ... I'll let you know.


 
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I have the CD player pictured below. The CD will randomly and intermittently skip sometimes until it has warmed up for a few minutes. I wonder if this is something you would take as a trade in on one of your equalizer CD units with the modified input. Or maybe it can be repaired and have the input added. Sorry about the dark pic. Not much light in the garage. Visually it is in near flawless condition. I can send a daylight picture if you have any interest.



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I have the newer CD radio installed out of a Bonneville. What would the cost be to ship you my unit, install aux input then ship it back? (I don't need any wiring adapters or anything)

this unit installed in my car:


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Here's a daylight pic...

Kinda blurry and washed out. All lettering is perfect.

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You have PM.


 
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I have the newer CD radio installed out of a Bonneville. What would the cost be to ship you my unit, install aux input then ship it back? (I don't need any wiring adapters or anything)

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Fiero Tom you have a pm.

Same question as jschmidt95 in above post.

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I Have this same radio also and would like to keep it. It almost matches the look of the original casette EQ radio. Not much room for an aux imput on the face. Can you do one coming out the back on a long cable that I could install the cigarette trim plate on the console? Please PM me with info and a price.

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bump for answer.........

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Tom, Can you do the volume control fix on the 7 band EQ caassette/radio? I have at least 3 of them and none of the volume controls work right anymore. I have the adapter on the back to tap into the aux input for CD changer but is it possible to have the front jack as well?

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Sorry I don't do that , you'll have to go replacementradios.com.


 
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Tom, Can you do the volume control fix on the 7 band EQ caassette/radio? I have at least 3 of them and none of the volume controls work right anymore. I have the adapter on the back to tap into the aux input for CD changer but is it possible to have the front jack as well?

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I'm not sure what's involved in modding that radio so I'll have to pass.

 
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Sorry I don't do that , you'll have to go replacementradios.com.





Okay thanks, I've been meaning to send my radio to them for years, but thought maybe I could give a Fiero guy my business.

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Tom,
I would like to find out f I can send you my radio (possibly two, same Pontiac CD unit you are working with) to have the backlit aux plug installed in them. I love the look but have very little electronics knowledge so I don't want to attempt it myself and screw it up. Let me know what the cost is...of course I pay shipping back and forth.
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Tom,
I would like to find out f I can send you my radio (possibly two, same Pontiac CD unit you are working with) to have the backlit aux plug installed in them. I love the look but have very little electronics knowledge so I don't want to attempt it myself and screw it up. Let me know what the cost is...of course I pay shipping back and forth.
John


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A couple of radios I recently completed, these are not plug-n-play you will have to buy the adapters to install in a Fiero plug-n-play adapters included.


.... $99 shipped $120 shipped ($150 Canada).


.... $79 shipped $100 shipped ($130 Canada).

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I installed one in my MERA today since it's radio was on the fritz. I ran into a few very small issues. First, the larger rear plug rubs the bracket and would not allow the radio to go fully back in the slot. Solved that by removing the side of the plastic plug that was hitting the bracket. That took about one minute. Next, the screw holes on the side brackets are ever so slightly not lining up with the stock Fiero skeleton for the console. A small round file in the three holes sorted that out in about three minutes. A little difficult getting in lined up for the alignment prong in the rear to sit in the Fiero bracket but after a minute or two of finagling...she was in! All in all about a 20 minute job and it took a round file, a single torx bit, and a 7mm nut driver. I would like to send a radio or two to you to have them modified so I can plug MP3 players in to it.

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Hey Tom,

Still interested in fixing up this unit. Can you quote replacement of the internal CD player unit (it skips intermittently until it warms up) and also an add-on quote to have the external input added?

Not interested in a swap at this time, unless it is for the identical unit in proper working and cosmetic condition, in which case you could quote that for me too.

Thanks





 
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Sounds very interesting ... I may be interested in a swap ... I'll let you know.


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Bump .. Got some adapters in, offering the latest radios as plug-n-play.

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Another radio plug-n-play adapters included.

... $80 shipped ($110 Canada) SOLD

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