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Alpine CDE 9881

I just recently installed the Alpine CDE 9881 and mistakenly left the faceplate under the seat last night; somebody broke into my vehicle and stole just the faceplate before they were noticed. Now I am left with just the deck component installed- is there any way that I can find just a faceplate, and is the 9881 the only model that will fit my deck now?? I appreciate anybody's time and sympathy towards the matter, Joel

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You must have a faceplate from that exact model, no others will work. You can try to contact Alpine for a replacement. If it is any consolation, someone has a useless faceplate, because it won't work with anything else, either. Try running an ad in your local lost & found column, you just might get lucky, especially if you offer a reward.

Posted on Jul 28, 2007

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