Question about Car Audio & Video
The changers you can use are both made by Alpine and appear fairly regulalry on ebay. The part numbers are:
or the earlier part numbers:
Both have square eight pin connectors as opposed to the round pin connectors found on other Rover changers.
With an 02 75 you probably already have the cd changer lead run through to the glovebox area, if not the lead is readily available from dealersa or X Part. It is a simple job (I did it so it must be) and the instructions are on here. Give me a shout when you get the changer and I'll point you at all the instructions (can't put my finger on them immediately ;) )
Posted on May 15, 2010
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