For doing the job you described the best thing i can tell you is if you have done one headunit install you can do just about anything.Harvey Santiago said:Hi, I just purchased a 94' SLS a few months back. It came with the stock cassette/AM-FM receiver. I don't think it is a Bose (It's not marked anywhere that I can see). I have a very nice, high power Pioneer CD player that I had in my old car, that I want to install in it. Mainly because I have a LOT of CD's, and I really like the sound the Pioneer produces.
I bought the wiring harness, installation kit, and antenna adapter (Everything I believe I will need to install the Pioneer). I want to eventually replace the door and rear deck speakers as well.
I was just wondering if the Pioneer receiver and the speakers that are in there now are compatible, for the time being. Also, is there any problems I might encounter with installing the receiver, or with installing aftermarket speakers?
Your stock speakers are fine for now they will acually sound better and loader for awhile. Now the thing most people don't realize is that the headunit pumps out more power than stock and those speakers can blow quickly.