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|11-20-2019 10:29 AM|
|bugly64||If you were in NorCal, I would have sent you my stock deck.|
|09-24-2019 07:47 AM|
I replaced mine with a set from the local pick and pull yard. I think they charged me a dollar for both.
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|09-18-2019 05:51 AM|
|99wjtx||I've actually seen just the buttons from Mopar radios listed on E-Bay in the past. It's been years ago and I wasn't searching for them - I just remember coming across them. It's true though - most Mopar radios from that era aren't exactly in high demand and can be found cheaply online and in probably any boneyard near where you live. They made millions of them.|
|09-17-2019 09:30 PM|
Yeah, try to find a salvage yard. They are everywhere.
Just a note, sometimes the metal alignment sleeve that keeps those knobs on stay in place after the plastic part breaks and falls off. So, if you try to force a replacement on with the other still in place, it'll just break the new one instantly. Hopefully that made sense.
|09-16-2019 06:03 PM|
|PJ03WJ||If you go to a pick n pull, you could probably get the whole factory radio for 10-15 bucks.|
|09-16-2019 01:52 AM|
You can find generic radio knobs for sale at auto parts stores.
Usually a Dorman product I believe. Chances of these being even close are pretty slim IMO.
You do see knobs for sale from time to time on Ebay.
I think your best bet is the boneyard. That radio came in a boatload of Mopars. Everything from Jeeps, pickups, minivans, even Sebrings.
Just have to hope that they will sell you just the knobs.
|09-15-2019 07:16 PM|
Guys where can I find these tiny buttons? I cant find them online anywhere. The fade/balance ones? I dont need the whole unit just those buttons. Thanks in advance.