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Just installed a Dual XDVD110BT with 7flip out screen. Put all trim back and the screen wont open all the way. Hitting the dash panel trim. 99 Tahoe. Installed the proper din kit...

Do i need to cut my trim?

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on the dash top the center section is removed by holding tightly from the sides and slide it toward the windshield until it unlatches. if you mean the one around the radio , it is most of the dash face and has 2 screws at top of instrument cluster and 2 more hiding at the bottom under the the a/c controls way back just above the very front of center counsel.

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Aftermarket double din install having problems with int. dash lights,locks

I had soved my problem... That was stupid.. The cause is that I tried to connect the (illumination +) and the (illumination -) wires togetter on the dimmer wire of my double din unit. That make a short cut and blow the litening fuse (fuse 13 on passenger side fuse panel). I replaced correctly the wiring, keeping the (illumination +) wire unused. That solve my problem but, however I get back my dash illumination, I can't adjust the lightning level... I thing I have a problem with the level switch.. It don't matter to me but if you get the same problem and solve it, please tell me your solution.

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Buy a haynes manual.

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SOURCE: what size after market in dash dvd can I put in 2003 spyder gs

your radio/dash opening DIN size is what they call double DIN, to get the right unit fopr this u will need to know if you have a Facory Infinity premium sound system, it makes a diff in the model f the in dash units, here is a link to a site that has a selection of in dash DVD players for your double DIN dash.
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-nkinM0jziRR/cgi-bin/autoinfo/autoinfo.asp?id=&vehicleid=14718&vb=Y&TypeCH=&lp=%2Fg%5F168550%2FIn%2Ddash%2DDVD%2DReceivers%2Ehtml%3Ftp%3D20217&sl=Y

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I would recommend not doing it...

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