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Should fit no problem as long as the radio/ cassette has "tuner list" printed on it.
Installation was easy.
Step 1 removed the tray unit from under the passenger seat (only to screws)
Step 2 drilled holes in top of unit 6mm bit and mounted brackets
Step 3 removed all transport screws from changer and covered with sticky patches supplied
Step 4 mounted the changer on brackets and replaced in car
Step 5 Removed radio/ cassette from dash using removal tool from Halfords £3.99
Step 6 Plugged supplied lead into matching blue socket in rear of radio (Must admit I took the chance and didnít disconnect the battery or unplug the radio. I hate having to re-enter codes. Being lazy but would recommend you shouldnít do this. But I had no problems)
Step 7 Removed passenger floor heater vent trim (1 screw)
Step 8 feed lead down back of radio, I then passed this under gear lever / handbrake trim, remove to screws in the rear handbrake trim (where vents are in the rear) feed lead through and under passenger seat. There is a panel here which if you remove the plastic grommets you can store the remaining lead.
Step 9 Connect the lead to the cd changer.
Step 10 Load cdís, put kettle on, make tea and enjoy your new sounds!!!!
Being a MP3 cd player I have managed to get 118 tracks per cd, thatís over 700 tracks in total!
The changer works with steering wheel remote and gives full info on display (noís of tack and cd noís)
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