Question about Sony CDX-444RF 10-Disc CD Changer
Our car was totalled and the insurance company is allowing us to keep our CD changer. I'm thinking it is a Sony CDX-444RF or close to that model. I was wondering how difficult it will be to uninstall the unit. We have to get it out today by lunch because the car will be gone from towing yard. How do I unhook display that is mounted in the dash. When I pull it out it is connected by a pretty heavy wire. Will I have to take the dash out??? I fill pretty comfortable with getting main unit (changer) out of the trunk. Any directions/help would be much appreciated.
When removing display from dash make sure you remove ALL proprietary cabling, otherwise your unit is worthless...since the car is junk, do WHATEVER is necessary to remove the cabling....don't beat yourself up if you cant do it as Cd changers are pretty cheap nowadays.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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