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***There are also other options, you could buy the adapter that hooks up into your cigarette lighter then you pick the station you want it to play over. But either way, they cost about the same, you would probably get better sound with the cassete player though. -Shocker
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
All cassette's are the same size no matter what car they are in. The radio surrounding the cassette may be a different size but not the cassette which is 4 "x 2" x .15".
No, new cars nowadays do not have cassette players. Most new cars have CD players and radio. It will be possible to customize your car and add an cassette player, but there are no new models so you have to usen an used one.
each code is different
take that black trim around radio off, just pull and then unscrew the screws showing.
for the front, just slide it in the slot, for the changer, press the eject buttong and the CD holder ("cassette") will come out. Put the cds in the cassette and put the cassette back in the changer
you cant you cant
where your tape player is in the middler of your dash replace that with your CD player and un hook the wires from your stock radio. I did the same think in my truck and it works fine.
read the manual that came with the radio or ask a friend that is good with cars!!
im trying to find out the same thing
Not on my 2006 Uplander.
You will need a computer tech tool, available at any Chevy dealer. You cannot do it without it.
To connect an iPod easily to a stock 2000 Honda Civic a cassette audio port can be purchased. The cassette audio connector will still utilize the same radio and allow use of the iPod.
yes it comes stock
Salvage yard or through the dealership
AM/FM radio was a VERY rare option in 1963. Very few had them. Most had AM only, and many came with no radio at all.
once you take the dash off there are two clips on the side of the stock radio you push in and the old unit slides out, if you bought a installation kit with your new CD player it should have the clips to slide the new unit in
No, this function isn't introduced until 2007. Sorry!
FORD RADIO REMOVALYou should purchase a set of ford radio removal tools .. they slide in on both sides of the radio in the two holes.Once you insert them push in on them about half an inch and you should feel them catch,,then pry out ward slightly on both tools this will release the radio and pull forward .. your done.
Yes, Marantz does make a radio with a mp3 player in it also. You will have to do a little research as to where you can find these. You can call the stores to see if they have them in stock.
Go to a Stereo sales /installation store, the make adaptor plugs for about all newer vehicles, it will simply plug into stock plug so the original radio can be replaced and the plug will come with a diagram.
Pull out the ashtray and pop out the panel covering your stock radio, a/c, & tape player. It just snaps out. Unscrew the 2 screws holding the factory radio in. Install your after-market radio and pop the cover panel back on. Seems almost to easy right?
yes you can remove the stock radio and put in an aftermarket radio in the chevy s10. I have a 1990 s10 pickup. You will have some extra unconnected wired with the aftermarket radio but do worry it will work all the same. the wires are color coded to match each other for the most part except for the speaker wires they may be different but will be labeled on the new unit as to what is what. good luck hope ive been helpfull
It is not possible to take requests for compact disks, videos or spoken word cassettes which are not in stock.