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Need a dash installation kit for a 3.5" screen in-dash stereo.

Where can I find a dash kit for a DIN + 1/2 stereo?

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You can find that at a walmart or a local car audio shop. Depending on the make and model of your vehicle will decide wether it is in stock or not. Good luck.
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My radio has all the bells and whistles. It is a large square box that an aftermarket radio will not fill. It seems to have no reception at all. when it gets warm it starts to recive but very weakly. ...


A used one will work, you can get the code at the dealer. As for aftermarket radios: standard aftermarket radio size is referred to as 1 din. Your stock stereo is 1.5 din. To install an aftermarket stereo in Amy car requires an install kit, in your case the kit will make up for the size difference by just filling the gap with black plastic. But there are aftermarket stereos that are 1.5 din. They will still require an install kit, but will completely fill the hole in your dash. If you're planning on getting a $99 stereo at a parts store don't bother and just find a stock one. But spend $150 on an aftermarket stereo and you'll be very happy. Good luck.

Mar 06, 2011 | 1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass

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No real problem. I'm wanting to replace my stereo. It's asking me if it's a 1 din or 2 din. I don't know what this means or what I have. I'm guessing it has something to do with size. How do I find that...


The Silverado actually has a 1.5 DIN radio stock. If you're looking to replace it you'll need a mounting kit to convert either to 1 din or double din depending on which stereo you want to use.

May 20, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado

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What kind of aftermarket dash kit do I need to


A dash kit is not needed, just a little modelling but not hard at all. The Factory double din radeo is a little taller than 4in so you need to space it out with a slim piece of mdf on the top and bottom of the new radio cage. Then the trim plate around the screen will fill all gaps perfectly.

Oct 20, 2009 | 2003 Volkswagen GTI

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How do remove the standard stereo from a VZ Commodore and install a double din size stereo?


go on to ebay and search vz stereo there will be listings with stereo removal tools for about $10 and if you are going to install a double din stereo you will also need to buy a kit (http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=190457652235&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT#ht_1157wt_1020) that fits around the display so you can hold the stereo in place. this kit includes all you need including the antenna adapter and another wireing harness

Sep 21, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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How can i replace the manufacture radio in my car and replace it with aftermarket car stereo


You best bet, because of a warranty, is to have a professional shop install your stereo. But if you are like all of us guru's here, you like to get your hands dirty.

First you need to remove the dash around your factory stereo. Be patient here and try not to break any of the dash. You may need to remove screws and pop loose plastic retainers located on the backside of the dash.

Wire the after market stereo to the harness located below by maching the colors provided. Thank the stereo companies for making this simple. Use crimp connectors or solder your connections, which ever best suits you. Tape up any remaining wires with eectrical to minimize the chance of a short.

Take the metal sleeve provided by the sereo you choose and install it into the install kit located below. Once you have removed the factory stereo, test fit the install kit and attach any tabs neccessary provided by the kit.

Now take the aftermarket stereo and place into the sleeve you installe din the install kit until it clicks into its locks. Now, the harness you wired up earlier, plug it into the factory harness and then into you stereo. Hook up the antenna, you may need to purchase a antenna adapter. Now before you install the stereo, do a test run to make sure everything is working. Once you are content that it is all working, install the new stereo and then reverse the steps in removing the dash panel and stereo.
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Sep 14, 2009 | 2003 Pontiac Vibe

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Does din for car steros matter if prop mounting equip is purch?


a normal car stereo is 1 din and then 1.5 din is about 1 inch taller they shouldhave what you are looking for at a car stereo dealer

Jul 14, 2009 | Sony 52W x 4 Satellite Radio/Apple iPod...

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Double din radio doesn't fit in dash


i have a 2002 ford escape and i bought a double din radio and it did not fit and found out it is actually a din and 3/4 with out serious mods (cutting a bigger hole in dash) double din wont fit i bought a single din stereo and a din a 3/4 dash kit works fine

Jun 10, 2009 | 2003 Ford Escape

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