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How do I find an adapter to fit a toyota cd into my radio/cassette head unit.

What I need is the AVC-LAN split wire: 08695-00260. I have been told by Toyota UK that this part is discontinued with no alternative available. How can I fit an original factory CD player to the existing head unit? Thank you in advance for any advice which may help. Phil

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