12-02-06, 09:51 PM
I just got replacement OEM radio for my 93 deville no bose. The radio works fine, but the casset player does not. It auto reverses like 4 times then ejects the tape. I know my old radio's casset player worked, because the few times it turned on, i could play cassets. Thru disassembling the old radio, i realized the casset mechanism is an easy thing to swap. I am reluctant to swap it incase i screw something up in the new one, but it would be nice to have a working casset player. Based on the problem in the new one, do you think swapping the mechanism would be a cure for the problem?
12-02-06, 10:26 PM
I say do it if you are pretty sure about what you have to do.
But I don't know if it is the mechanism or something electrical in the headunit. But it does sound like swapping it would help.
12-04-06, 09:48 AM
did the swap, and it fixed the problem. Now, for the first time since i bought the car 2 (long, boring) months ago, i finally have a working radio/casset player.:thumbsup:
12-04-06, 01:20 PM
Problem #1....it's almost 2007 and your still using cassests? Underclassmen in high school don't even know what cassettes are these days lol.
12-05-06, 09:24 PM
Hey, they don't skip and nobody tries to steal them. :D
12-05-06, 10:42 PM
mp3s dont skip either and you can take your ipod with you OUT of your car...
12-06-06, 09:12 AM
If I burn my mp3 cd fast enough it skips! :(
I love cassettes. Very durable in my view. Only real wear-down is the tape stretching, but that would take hours and hours of play.