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Stereo.... i want to know if ...is there a way to hook up a MP3 player to a factory stereo on a 1994 chevrolet cheyenne....."just until i get my headliner and new stereo......

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    billie ramos May 10, 2009

    thanks man!....i think i am goanna buy the fm transmitter....thanks alot...!! really appreciate it....

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There is no easy inexpensive way to hard wire an MP3 player into a factory stereo from 1994.

But there are 3 possible solutions and the first 2 should be less than $50.00

1. Use an FM transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack on the MP3 player, you tune the existing radio to the transmitter frequency.
2. If it is a cassette deck there are cassette adapters also, uses direct contact with the heads on the cassette deck to play the MP3 -- getting hard to find these.
3. Have a shop put an FM Modulator in the antenna line that has a plug that will fit the headphone jack of the MP3 player. Most expensive of the 3 solutions but will have the best sound of the 3.

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