Question about Car Audio & Video
I want to a) remove the factory installed radio(which does not work) and install a CD Player for my vehicle listed below. I am looking for a low cost solution even if I decide not to install it myself.
I need some adice on how to go about this.
Most factory stereos are larger than after-market stereos, and after you install an after-market stereo there will be a large gap where the factory stereo used to be. You can go to most stereo retailers to find an install kit specific to your model of vehicle. It is possible to install the stereo yourself, but from experience it has been easier for me to just take it to a retailer and let them do the dirty work for you. Some retailers even offer free installation with/without a minimum purchase.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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