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Alpine cda-7998 i have 1 .the problem is the brackets for the face 2 go hide in to the radio,i think they are bent.cause the face wont go back in the radio...can u help me find the brackets they are the motorized ones tha hides the face. i look everywhere. i cant find them. what are they called.i already fixed a chip that was bad.can you help me please

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  • hizzo Jan 16, 2008

    i did that but they dont give a pneumatic of the face

  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2008

    wat is the brackets that make the face go into the radio called.or can i send it out?



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I recommend you to get the service manual first to look the mech explored view and see exactly the parts you need,also you may need the information for Assembly the mech.

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