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Fitting band expander to my legacy

I dont want to rip out the dash on my car until i know what is the best way to get at the stereo to fit a new band expander can anyone help me with this problem or give me some advice?????

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Im trying to put a band expander in my subaru legacy 2000, I got radio out but where is the antenna plug that is at the back of radio?

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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