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Old 03-09-2011, 04:12 PM
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can someone help me replace the cd player in my chevy

i hve a 98 chevy k1500.
i replaced the stock radio but it had an aux cd player which was located under the ac switchs. where can i get a cuppy hole thing to replace this? i seen in other trucksthey had cubby holes because there trucks didnt come with the cd player like mine.

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Any place that installs stereo should have them or can get them for you.JMO


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the people around here that do audio in cars dont have one. they act like they dont know what im talking about
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the people around here that do audio in cars dont have one. they act like they dont know what im talking about
If they do stereo systems they should know what your talking about IMHO
they just don't want to mess with it i guess. JMO



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