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    Default JVC reciever, factory cd changer

    my friend just purchased a new jvc headunit for his car and he wants to hook up the factory in-dash 6 disc to it, Its a 98 chrysler cirrus and the radio is a kds51
    Now i looked around on jvc's website, found this
    http://www.jvcservice.com/store/Prod...p?part=KS-U15K
    but i dont think its what im lookin for.
    I looked on crutchfield/sounddomain/onlinecarstereo, but all they have is alpine adaptors for factory headunits... so does such an adaptor exist, or is he SOL?
    oh, and in case ur wondering, im the go-to guy when **** dont work/someone needs info, so thats why i have all these crazy questions, because there are some things that even I dont know :D

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    If Im not mistaken, arent in dash CD players part of the OEM head unit? If you take it out you will no loger have the changer...I think.
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    you got that right MacLeod.

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    well, its a seperate part than the radio but ur saying that its not possible to use the cd changer unit with the new radio?

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    it's unlikely... concievable, but unlikely... take a look at the adaptors and the plugs on both units, see if it looks like it'd match up...
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    Screw CD changers anyway. Unless its a 500 CD changer its more trouble than its worth. My wife has a 5 disc in dash changer in her Tribute and we drove it to Ohio a couple weekends ago and it wasnt long I was sick of it. Those 5 CD's got old and its a pain in the ass to get them out. You always wind up ejecting the one you didnt want to eject. I like to keep things simple and use a single cd player.
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