2004-2005 Saturn Ion & Vue MP3 Radio in 2000-2002 Saturn S-Series

This video demonstrates a Saturn MP3-capable factory/OEM radio from a 2004-2005 Saturn Ion & Vue installed into a 2000-2002 Saturn S-Series. This radio requires modifying the factory radio plug. but otherwise fits/operates perfectly in the following Saturns: 2000-2002 S-Series, 2000-2005 L-Series, 2002-2003 Vue, and 2003 Ion. It is also a plug and play swap for 2004-2005 Saturn Ion and Vue that don't already have it since it was optional from Saturn for those years & models. Here is a link to the instructions: http://www.saturnfans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=161684&page=2

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