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Old 16 Nov 2010, 03:24 pm
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Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you know
that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for shipping if
you have a need.

I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc. IIRC,
this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy hunting
ground a year or so ago.

JT

(Trying to clear all the old excess crap)
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Old 16 Nov 2010, 05:03 pm
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"Grumpy AuContraire" <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in message
news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com ...
> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you know
> that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for shipping if
> you have a need.
>
> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc. IIRC,
> this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy hunting
> ground a year or so ago.
>
> JT
>
> (Trying to clear all the old excess crap)



Does it get all the oldie stations?


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Old 16 Nov 2010, 06:23 pm
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Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com :

> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you know
> that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for shipping if
> you have a need.
>
> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc. IIRC,
> this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy hunting
> ground a year or so ago.
>



Thanks for the thought, but my nearly-ancient Acura is ten-years newer than
the '81 Civic, so I suspect the radio probably won't fit my car.


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Old 16 Nov 2010, 07:10 pm
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Tegger wrote:
> Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
> news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com :
>
>> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you know
>> that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for shipping if
>> you have a need.
>>
>> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc. IIRC,
>> this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy hunting
>> ground a year or so ago.
>>

>
>
> Thanks for the thought, but my nearly-ancient Acura is ten-years newer than
> the '81 Civic, so I suspect the radio probably won't fit my car.
>
>



Nope, they are the same. This particular radio was specifically for '92
Acuras. 39100-SK7-A000-M1 Sez "Acura" right on the cassette cover.
It was made by Pioneer.

These things are dirt cheap anyway not worth spending a lot of time on
but might be worthwhile for a purist.

JT

(Who ain't pure by any standard)


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Old 16 Nov 2010, 07:33 pm
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Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
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> Tegger wrote:
>> Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
>> news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com :
>>
>>> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you
>>> know that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for
>>> shipping if you have a need.
>>>
>>> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc.
>>> IIRC, this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy
>>> hunting ground a year or so ago.
>>>

>>
>>
>> Thanks for the thought, but my nearly-ancient Acura is ten-years
>> newer than the '81 Civic, so I suspect the radio probably won't fit
>> my car.
>>
>>

>
>
> Nope, they are the same. This particular radio was specifically for
> '92 Acuras. 39100-SK7-A000-M1 Sez "Acura" right on the cassette
> cover. It was made by Pioneer.
>
> These things are dirt cheap anyway not worth spending a lot of time on
> but might be worthwhile for a purist.
>
> JT
>
> (Who ain't pure by any standard)
>
>
>



"SK7" means the DA9/DB1 models, so that's indeed a '90-'93 Integra radio.

In any case, mine's working just fine (all 12 times I've used it in 20-
years), so I think yours might need to go to the big radio-graveyard in the
sky. Thanks, though.

Mine's never been out of the dash. I always wondered who made it, and now
it looks like it was probably Pioneer.

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Old 16 Nov 2010, 07:34 pm
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Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
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> Tegger wrote:
>> Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
>> news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com :
>>
>>> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you
>>> know that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for
>>> shipping if you have a need.
>>>
>>> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc.
>>> IIRC, this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy
>>> hunting ground a year or so ago.
>>>

>>
>>
>> Thanks for the thought, but my nearly-ancient Acura is ten-years
>> newer than the '81 Civic, so I suspect the radio probably won't fit
>> my car.
>>
>>

>
>
> Nope, they are the same. This particular radio was specifically for
> '92 Acuras. 39100-SK7-A000-M1 Sez "Acura" right on the cassette
> cover. It was made by Pioneer.
>
> These things are dirt cheap anyway not worth spending a lot of time on
> but might be worthwhile for a purist.
>
> JT
>
> (Who ain't pure by any standard)
>
>
>



"SK7" means the DA9/DB1 models, so that's indeed a '90-'93 Integra radio.

In any case, mine's working just fine (all 12 times I've used it in 20-
years), so I think yours might need to go to the big radio-graveyard in the
sky. Thanks, though.

Mine's never been out of the dash. I always wondered who made it, and now
it looks like it was probably Pioneer.

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Old 16 Nov 2010, 09:06 pm
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"Tegger" <invalid@example.com> wrote in message
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> In any case, mine's working just fine (all 12 times I've used it in
> 20-
> years), so I think yours might need to go to the big radio-graveyard
> in the
> sky. Thanks, though.
>
> Mine's never been out of the dash. I always wondered who made it, and
> now
> it looks like it was probably Pioneer.


Lucky you! My '94 Accord has seen two factory radios: first time the LED
lights went out, the second time (that one I got from junk yard) the
receiver itself. After that second one I put back the first one and now
I use it "blind." I only use the preset buttons anyway.

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Old 17 Nov 2010, 06:08 pm
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Tegger wrote:
> Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
> news:wMGdnZH67JIAtn7RnZ2dnUVZ_i2dnZ2d@giganews.com :
>
>> Tegger wrote:
>>> Grumpy AuContraire <GrumpyOne@GrumpyvilleNOT.com> wrote in
>>> news:zdGdnRBwiNQFa3_RnZ2dnUVZ_vudnZ2d@giganews.com :
>>>
>>>> Knowing that you have a (nearly) ancient Acura I wanted to let you
>>>> know that I found an old (same era) radio for it. It's yours for
>>>> shipping if you have a need.
>>>>
>>>> I cannot use it in anything as even then you needed a code etc.
>>>> IIRC, this came out of an '81 Civic sedan that I sent to the happy
>>>> hunting ground a year or so ago.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks for the thought, but my nearly-ancient Acura is ten-years
>>> newer than the '81 Civic, so I suspect the radio probably won't fit
>>> my car.
>>>
>>>

>>
>> Nope, they are the same. This particular radio was specifically for
>> '92 Acuras. 39100-SK7-A000-M1 Sez "Acura" right on the cassette
>> cover. It was made by Pioneer.
>>
>> These things are dirt cheap anyway not worth spending a lot of time on
>> but might be worthwhile for a purist.
>>
>> JT
>>
>> (Who ain't pure by any standard)
>>
>>
>>

>
>
> "SK7" means the DA9/DB1 models, so that's indeed a '90-'93 Integra radio.
>
> In any case, mine's working just fine (all 12 times I've used it in 20-
> years), so I think yours might need to go to the big radio-graveyard in the
> sky. Thanks, though.
>
> Mine's never been out of the dash. I always wondered who made it, and now
> it looks like it was probably Pioneer.
>



Yeah, I guess that I'll assemble all this excess stuff and send it to a
friend in RI to see what he can salvage.

JT

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