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Faceplate The only thing I have for my pioneer car stereo with any identifying number on it is the remote control, which is CXC5717. I'm trying to locate a replacement faceplate, but not having any luck without the actual stereo model #. Any suggestions? Not wanting to take stereo out of dash, seems to be pretty permanent to me without possibly damaging dash???

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  • ginagee7 Feb 26, 2009

    The only thing I have for my JVC car stereo with any identifying number on it is the remote control, which is RM-RK31. I'm trying to locate a replacement faceplate, but not having any luck without the actual stereo model #. Any suggestions? Not wanting to take stereo out of dash, seems to be pretty permanent to me without possibly damaging dash?

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Well you can try by checking out what kind of face it take and matching it up but other than that you'd have to take it out. If you want to get rid of the remote let me know at lucky1onemartinez@yahoo.com

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