Don't just look at TD's. Anything that was equipped with the Infinity sound system could have one. The newer style tape decks with the slider EQ versus the digital EQ is better in my experience. These were used a lot in vans, LH cars, and trucks. And of course you could find them in every variety of turbo and non-turbo Dodge. Another fun one is the Infinity CD player. I was lucky enough to find one that worked. But I've been through 3 others that had the exact same problem with the face plate and buttons not working. Good luck.I have the middle one, and I searched my local junkyards and it's getting harder and harder to find a TD because everyone scrapped them.
Indeed - it was called the Infinity II back in the dayDon't just look at TD's. Anything that was equipped with the Infinity sound system could have one.
Same deck, different facesdoes that make it different or did they just have different colored ones
96 LHS will have that radio and you can find them with cd players.
Yeah, there's a few common issues with the CD/cassette combo decks. Most of the time it's either the buttons don't register being pushed or control the wrong functions, the CD laser goes out of alignment and spits out CDs, or the volume pot gets dirty and goes erratic. Less common is the FM tuner going out due to bad solder joints.alot of those radios had problems my mothers old (sold) 96 lhs radio had a short or something and never acted right