Question about Alpine CDE-9881 CD Player
what u want to connect to the deck and u explain it.
bye the way, here are some link as i assumed it .
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
For this particular model I doubt. To my thinking, your best bet would be to shop at eBay or car audio repair shops and purchase a defective unit, not necessarily the same model but has to be an Alpine and whose faceplates share identical physical dimensions and locking system. You would need the housing of the faceplate and the enclosure of the unit but not the electronics inside. Thereafter, it would be a matter of wiring the pins to an flat cable, something similar to this. The arrangement would be, the working unit, the dummy faceplate with extension wire to the dummy unit (perhaps even just the front receptacle) to the actual faceplate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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