Professionally installing new car radio?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 19:59
depends on the quality of the stereo you want. they range in price depending on their functions, size (single din, or double din), and number of preouts on the back. MOST, not all double dins are usually touch screen and are way more expensive. I got a cheap pioneer touch screen that does everythihig you mentioned above. I spend 300 for the radio and installed it myself. Most places charge roughly 150 to install. I know this because I was shopping for a radio for my girls car yesterday and just so happened to notice the labor rates. you can get a single din for roughly 140ish. depending on how many preouts are on the back. They are also going to charge you for a "dash-kit", harness, and it being a GM product you may need an antenna adaptor.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 21:36
go to www, and enter your details. They offer stereo and installation kits together.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 05:56
Probably over $100, depends on where you go. I would recommend doing it yourself to save the cash.
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 07:05
Figure price of stereo plus 70 buck's for the install.Best Buy also can help you and if you buy the head unit there they give you a so called deal on the installation by appointment.Seeing it's a newer GM ride you may need a kit installed so all functions of your ride are not affected by installing an aftermarket head unit.Many other functions run threw the same wiring harness as your stereo. Make sure you hire someone who know's car audio.

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