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Cd changer How do I install my cd changer in my 99 sable it has climate control, [digital]. The factory radio has controls to run changer but it has no plugs in the back?

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  • martd27 Sep 13, 2008

    i have a 99 sable. I've been trying to find where to plug the cd changer but I haven't found any plug. please let me know and info would be appreciated.

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I've been looking for cd changer too. But I found better thing. Its like a mp3 player, one side goes to the cigarette lighter and the other side accepts sd card-mmc card and usb stick. It works with the radio signal. I loaded my sd card with my music and turn on the radio.. That's easy and it costed me just $30.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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In the trunk, on the driver's side, under the carpet there should be a silver box that the antenna plugs into. Hope this helps. Where did you get the changer and how much did you pay? I've been looking to buy one.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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The plug is in the back where the trunk is, that's where mine is.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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