radio needs to be on 88.3 or 88.5 FM frequency.
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your 1995 Buick LeSabre stereo. Secure the stereo with the stereo retaining screws.
The factory stereo didn't have an external amplifer.
I had the same thing in my 1995 Avalon XLS with the CD player. In order to plug anything in you either have to use the cassette player adapter or simply get a new receiver (stereo) for your car.
IDK, but i do kno that u cant put a standard sized radio/cd player in unless you build a custom bezel cover, otherwise u have to buy a big stereo/cd player that takes up double the space of a regular one.
In my 1995 Metro there is no clock, other than the one that is in the stereo. If the stereo is bad, just replace it. You will need a new stereo, a wiring harness if you don't want to hack up the old factory harness, and a install kit to make the stereo fit in the hole if the old stereo is factory. Then just follow instructions included with these parts.
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its a 10 gallon usually
no they do not
It depends on whether or not the escort is a hatch back and how much you are willing to spend putting this stereo in it.
Under the dash, behind the stereo. It will be on the right side. Under the dash, behind the stereo. It will be on the right side. Under the dash, behind the stereo. It will be on the right side.
the first remote control car was invented in 1995 by Angie Darnell
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No you can not.
Don't believe it had a remote. Mine uses regular key, perhaps it was a special option.
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Yes and yes
Usually no warning