does it all the time.It does it as soon as you turn it on,the radio or cd player doesn,t work,just static and crackling.
It's not hard, just a little fiddley unplugging the connectors. I like to lay on my back in the trunk and use a push pin puller to remove the push pins and a small screwdriver to help unplug the connectors. I've done it often, so it takes me about 5 minutes.I was gonna come to fort street saturday but I didn,t want to drive all that way without music.How hard is it to change one out?
It's F5LF-18C807-AA The 5 after the F indicates it was changed in 1995, if fits 95, 6, 7, and 8. I'm looking for the F3 for the 93 or 94 myself, they had different connectors. I have had a couple of those 95 and up head units go out too though.Bill,do you know the part number for the amp I need.I have a 96 lsc with the factory cd changer and phone.I found one on ebay but the seller said to verify the part number.
Let us know how it works. I forgot to mention, the amp is connected to the plastic tray with plastic clips that are part of the tray, that you just bend away from the amp to remove the amp, and make removing the connectors easier.Thanks driller,I already ordered one from him.Should be here tommorrow!