Discussion in 'Introduction' started by unruhjonny, Mar 17, 2020.
Album "privacy" got me again!
It should be fixed now!
There ya go glad I could be of help, and good luck with getting the replacement amp unit!
man I wish I had access to my truck right now, there's so much I want to do with it while everything's shorting out worldwide... Unfortunately, my biggest project desire is one I can't find good parts for.
You were correct!
I grabbed two CDM's because 'Murphy's law' states that if I grabbed just one, it would have been a dud!
Because I'd like this information to be out there to help others, this was the lists I compiled:
the following numbers are supposed to be EQ CDM's, which are compatible with non-EQ radios:
the following are numbers which are non-EQ CDM's; if used with an EQ stereo, the EQ will not function properly:
And upon getting it in place, I was greeted with a fully functioning equalizer!
I actually messaged my cousin again, an later last night he got back to me and said he never saw that, and always wondered what those buttons did... so it was either his older brother or dad that did the swap.
Incidentally, the CDM I pulled was model number 16172115 which confirms that number from my list.
Nice!! I'll definitely be saving that list, so thank you for that! I have a few at the house I still need to check.
Hmm, you've got 16147065 on both lists And 16172115 is on the No-EQ list.. Is that the one you pulled from your truck?
I did ALOT of ebay auction listings to get those numbers, and apparently didn't notice it when I compiled the information.
Yes, the '2115 was the non-EQ one that possibly my uncle installed;
I can confirm that it should be in the non-EQ list.
Do you have the part numbers off the confirmed 5-EQ CDMs you picked up? I'm making a little list to add to my GM radio info sheet and want to "confirm" each part number
Nevermind, just found your other thread lol
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