You are correct... unfortunately not all radios that have the CD button
support a CD changer. I found this to my dismay when I purchased a changer
and had nowhere to plug the cable into the radio even though the 'CD'
marking was there for all to see!
When you obtain a radio that supports the changer it will be obvious where
to plug the cable i.e. it isn't 'hidden' on the radio you have. eBay is a
good place to obtain a cheap radio but make sure that you state you want the
security code also!
I bought mine off ebay but it came with no code and when I questioned the
seller, his reply was 'you didn't say you wanted a code and Ii don't have
it'! It cost me a further £12 to get it decoded!
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news
> i'm installing a cd changer in my 91 and found the DIN cable behind the
> radio not connected to anything.
> I've looked everywhere and there is no place to plug it in.
> The radio has the CD buttion with the cassett button, so i believe it is
> There are two cables which leave the radio, one on the lower right and
> is buried which I suspect is the antenna and antenna motor control, and
> the big connector in the center of the radio which goes to the speakers.
> Is there a chance my radio doesn't support the CD option?
> Any suggestions are welcome