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    Old "head unit" new cd changer

    Hey, I bought a '92 Lexus SC300(Toyota Soarer) but the stock cd changer in the trunk does not play burned cd's and will rarely play burned cd's recorded at the lowest speed possible, but that's beside the point. I'm wondering if it's possible to just swap out the stock cd changer w/o changing the stock head unit. Would that be a simple installation that wouldn't require too much wiring or what? Would it be less of a hassle to just install a new head unit that has a cd player in it?

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    Re: Old "head unit" new cd changer

    I want to say I highly doubt it, I know you can get a new changer but it wouldn't just integrate with the factory deck. It'd have a remote youd have to use and it would work like an FM transmitter, and in the end an aftermarket will probably be cheaper and better. You would definitely be better off going aftermarket imo and just get a head unit with a USB input and put your songs on a flash drive. sure as hell beats CDs or if you have an iPod you can plug that in to.




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