Pontiac Bonneville Radio 2000-2002 AM FM CD Player w Aux Input U1P 25731291
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2000 - 2001 - 2002 Pontiac Bonneville Radio AM FM CD Player - Upgraded with Auxiliary Input 3.5 mm jack for use with iPod, iPhone, Android, mp3 Players, Satellite Radio & more! Part Number: 25731291 Compatible Part Numbers: 09394652 / 16241482 / 25736703 / 9391822 Option Code: U1PThe application chart above is for preliminary fit only. These vehicles came equipped with different option codes that may not be compatible with this radio. Please confirm this is the part you need before purchase. This radio will need to be unlocked by a GM dealer and paired to your vehicle. See below for details. This is for a 2000-2002 Pontiac Bonneville radio that has been upgraded with Aux Input on the face of the radio. It is a fully functioned CD Player, option code U1P. If this is not the exact model your vehicle came equipped with, please confirm fit with a GM dealer or give the seller a call for assistance. The Aux Input is a snap to operate...literally! Just plug in your 3.5 mm cable and it will play in full, crisp, clean quality. When you want to listen to the radio again, simply unplug the cable! The audio is full quality and takes advantage of all sound controls on the radio. Forget those shoddy FM transmitters and listen to music the way it's supposed to sound! This radio has been cleaned, upgraded, serviced as needed and thoroughly checked. Please Note: This radio will need to be unlocked upon installation in your vehicle. It can be put into a fully functioning test mode for 10 minutes at a time but will need to be taken to a dealer for permanent pairing. This generally costs around $50 but will sometimes be done for free if you have a relationship with the dealer as it is a 5 minute process. Please make arrangements before purchase. *iPhone seen in the first picture is for example of application use only. It is not included with this purchase.*
All products come with a 90 day warranty.
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