Re: Stereo removel on 1991 and 1995 S-10 Blazer?

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 21:43:06 GMT, Mike Levy


Actually the 91 has an after market stereo with a dash kit installed. So I can use the stereo without the dash kit? I thought all GMs were din 1.5? Anyway this unit is yer typical din 1. Hopefully GM did not change the wire harness. Thanks for the help guys.
Mike
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On Thu, 01 Apr 2004 06:34:56 GMT, mfell2112,nospam*@yahoo.com wrote:

Actually, the wiring harness is probably the problem. It's not expensive to buy a new wiring adapter though...
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assuming there's an aftermarket harness adaptor in the 91, the harness will be the same. the only difference is that you'll need a new dash kit. also watch out for the hazard switch on the 95, they break easily when pulling off the dashpanel, and are normally $3-400 to replace depending on vehicle options dan
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On 5 Apr 2004 05:01:30 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (overkil_customs) wrote:

Would need a new car-side adaptor for the harness. The 91 and 95 are different body style trucks, with different wiring harnesses.
About the Hazard switch, someone has posted the fix over at http://forums.s-series.org and it involves buying the switch, pulling the old one out rhough the hole and pushing the new one in, about 5 mins. of work and can be done with only a pair of pliers.
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