Radio CD Venture

Hello, I'm french. Sorry for my bad english. I purchased Chevrolet Venture 2000, with only cassette radio (UL0) It is possible to install a CD radio (UN0) ?
If yes, wich item number ? Thanks
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go get a cd radio at the ye ole store and put it in..
Hello, I'm french. Sorry for my bad english. I purchased Chevrolet Venture 2000, with only cassette radio (UL0) It is possible to install a CD radio (UN0) ? If yes, wich item number ? Thanks
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If you want OEM, the dealership should be able to look it up. If you want to go with aftermarket some stores will install the system for you. Or a car stereo shop would. You will probably need a face plate & mounting hardware as well, if you do it yourself.
Hello, I'm french. Sorry for my bad english. I purchased Chevrolet Venture 2000, with only cassette radio (UL0) It is possible to install a CD radio (UN0) ? If yes, wich item number ? Thanks
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Hello, I'm french. Sorry for my bad english. I purchased Chevrolet Venture 2000, with only cassette radio (UL0) It is possible to install a CD radio (UN0) ? If yes, wich item number ? Thanks
Don't forget Ebay. I've bought several systems from there, as lots of owners remove the OEM systems and replace with aftermarket ones with MP3 etc. and sell their orig. ones. This way, it fits right in and connects right up to existing wiring. HTH, s
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I had a 2000 venture also. It had a crappy CD player with only the rear speakers working. An aftermarket stereo requires a very expensive control module adapter (can't remember exactly what its called). This is because some of the brain function of the van itself is controlled by the factory radio. Note how the door chimes come from the speakers. There are other functions also. You can't just yank it. Here in Canada the install cost of any after market stereo is $250 over and above the normal install cost because of this module. Don't take my word for it, check the install price with the install department of the electronic store. Don't ask the salesman because he won't know.
I solved the problem. I traded the van. BTW, if over 100,000 km on the van, get the transmission serviced. Pan-off with filter change. It costs about $100 at a trans shop. Don't go to a quick-lube place. A flush is not good enough. I got rid of my venture at about 150k because of impending transmission failure.
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