Can you add on the stock 12 disc changer from another aurora if that aurora doesn't have one. Is the wires already there? Any info from anyone would be appreciated as i am going to take the old one out from the totaled car and into my new aurora.
Post by oldsauroraman1 on Mar 25, 2005 21:21:35 GMT -6
The wiring harness was in place on my 98 Aurora. It is located on the right side of the trunk, behind the gray panel around the power antenna area. The harness has a 10-pin connector on it with 7 wires to it. Mine was already connected under the dash and it did not come with the factory 12 Disc player. I purchased one from these folks and here is the link to the site for the 12 disc changer for the Classic Aurora: www.radiosandmore.com/prod_detail.asp?pn=12495743
There's a 800 number to call and they are VERY helpful.
Post by oldsauroraman1 on Mar 25, 2005 21:30:56 GMT -6
Yeah. They are pricey. You can buy them on Ebay for $2-250, used, no warranty typically and if there is one, it is a real nightmare to obtain. These are new with a 1 year warranty and the shipping is included on the price of $354. I believe the price to get it on the vehicle when new was at least $6-700.
Last Edit: Mar 25, 2005 21:41:26 GMT -6 by oldsauroraman1
Post by bLACk AurOrA on Mar 27, 2005 10:16:02 GMT -6
my system sounds pretty good. people ask me what kinda sub i have in the trunk and i tell em. jus 6X9's and there mouths drop. i need something tho because my CD player doesnt play my burnt CD's unless i fastforward through it. and i dont wanna go aftermarket because i like my steering wheel controls
Post by oldsauroraman1 on Mar 27, 2005 11:55:11 GMT -6
Well, the 12 Disc Changer I just installed will play burned CD's with no problem. I was just listening to one yesterday and it played it fine right from the start. The 12 Disc Changer works great with the steering wheel controls as well. You can change CD's with the lower bottom right button and change which track is playing with the top of the bottom right button. Just splendid.