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Opel Astra G 2002 Radio Set from Japan to Middle east

I install radio (Panasonic) from OPEL ASTRA G was installed in Japan, they had FM but the Frequency carrier is low (band from 77MHz to 90MHz)..
In my country all the radio frequency had been between 88MHz and 107MHz FM....

How I can change the Carrier frequency to can listen to radio channel in my country???

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Simply your scanner range is from 77 to 90 mhz. you can not listen to any higher frequencies than that.

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