Factory head unit no ON* or Bose, is there a 12 pin class 2 CD changer plug on the back?


Asked by Sep 14, 2007 at 04:06 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Car Customization

I do not want to buy an entire head unit if I can get the aux input adpater and keep the factory look, but it requires a 12 pin class 2 cd changer plug which is appearently freq. found in newer gms.  Is this available and if this is not an option for my vehicle, are there any recommendations?


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I would start by calling your dealership parts department, they will have availability of factory radios and connectors which will fit your vehicle. You may want to pull it out or have a car audio store take a look and see what adapters are available through the aftermarket.

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