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Old 12-28-2003, 10:32 AM   #1
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Installing an addon CD-Changer?

Hey guys,

Now that I got some extra Xmas spending $$$, I am considering putting a CD changer in my car. Sony makes one to go with my headunit, the Sony CDX-757MX, which is a 10 cd changer that will allow my headunit to play mp3 cds. What's involved in the install of something like this?

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Old 12-28-2003, 12:56 PM   #2
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Running the cable from the back of cd player to the cd changer I believe. Never installed one. I dont know if it needs its own power or not
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Looking at the wiring diiagram on my new headunit. It's just one wire plug up. It shows one wire plugging up to another wire and then another wire to the headunit. So thats 3 connected wires.
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Cool, thanks guys. Still debating hehe.
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They would be nice to have.
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yes very easy, connect to back of stereo, run back. And you look for the cd changer under your SOURCE button, it turns on and set to roll. I believe you need to ground one wire as well.
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