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Car audio i just bought a jvc KD-G431 but could not install into a vauxhall corsa 2004 as the wiring at the rear of the unit is too large and now have to put it on the bottom tray which means i cant put the facia in. Any ideas am i doing it wrong?

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Can't really help without seeing the item - but I know it is very difficult to fit a 'different' radio to cars nowadays as they are all 'cutom-built' just to fit their vehicle.
What do you mean ' the wiring is too large at rear of unit ' ?#
Is this the radio itself you mean - what wiring is at the rear of the JVC KD G431?

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