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2003 toyota camry put in radio in dashboard

Have already put in am fm cd player with the kit i bought with radio what do i do with the gap all around it in the dash

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They should have supplied you with a plastic trim for your specific model, which fits neatly. Contact the supplier and ask if they have one, and if not, Google suppliers in your area of "car stereo trim kits". Most car stereo installers carry a range of these eg

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