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Mercedesbenz220cdi2008 what to change the audio system of it and place the another system there so how can i do

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Hello
Its simple.
You will need to remove the center air vents, and take the gear selector surround apart. Details are on the web, join mercedesclub.org.uk, and do a search. I used this guide to take my audio 10 out.
Facia are available from any good audio store, caraudiodirect.co.uk have a good selection.
Get your self a PAC Steering Wheel Radio Control Interface, that will allow you to keep the steering wheel controls, look up incartec.co.uk.
These are two little electronic devices, one programmed for the car, the other programmed for the type of replacement system, eg. Alpine, JVC etc. They connect to the car via two brown leeds, know as Can high and Can low. Instructions are excellent, and the USA tech support is good too.
One point to remember, the plug on the mercedes audio has no switched live, I used the live from the ciggy lighter.
Why not try logging on the Mercedesclub. org. uk site, its free to register and there are people with far more Mercedes knowledge then you will find here
Good luck with your install.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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