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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Shouldn't need to take out *too* much. I've changed the stereo in my last two Commodores.
Usually, you'd unclip the shifter-surround, which then exposes more screws for the DIN units. Undo those, and take out the ash-tray if it's nearby... eventually you'll get to the DIN mounting-bracket and be able to unscrew and unplug the existing headunit. Wiring and crimping the new unit into the existing wiring loom is fiddly, but you can buy adapters from Strathfield Car Radio to convert most popular brands to Commodore's/Falcons/etc.
A full guide with pictures is a bit much for this response, but that's the general jist!
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: pioneer super tuner stereo
You can get the wireing diagram here.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Here's a link to the Install Doctor page for Mitsubishi. It's actually best to use an aftermarket wiring harness to avoid the need to cut or splice the factory vehicle wiring. Such harnesses are widely available and very inexpensive. The Scosche MI02B shown here seems to be the correct one for your vehicle. Look at the plug to see if it matches the one in your car.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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