2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT aftermarket stereo installation

Asked by May 14, 2014 at 05:45 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

I am looking to replace my factory stereo with a double din aftermarket stereo. I know I
need installation parts but when I went to best buy they said that the harness I needed
was $104. I'm trying to do research online to figure out if I can get one for cheaper. I
found an installation kit on ebay that has the dash kit, wiring harness, and antenna
adapter all for a hell of a lot cheaper (I will post the link to the item below). I just want
to know if this is the right thing I need and if I need to get anything else in order to
have my stereo installed correctly. Thank you in advance.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Double-Din-Aftermarket-Radio-Stereo-Installation-Dash-Kit-
Wire-Harness-Install-/360882000189?fits=Make%3APontiac%7CModel%3AGrand+Am

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We just replaced our factory stereo in our 2004 Grand Am GT with a Pioneer. We bought the harness kit at Best Buy for around $100.00 and had them install the stereo. We had to pay an extra $6.00 for the antenna adapter. My husband decided to go ahead and have them install it, so that was an additional $59.99. Fortunately, our new stereo was the same size as the factory one so there wasn't any space that needed to be filled in on the dash.

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