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Old 05-02-2007, 01:08 AM   #1
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hey guys i was just wondering what you all had to do to your car to get the aftermarket stereo to fit properly? thus far on mine i have had to cut that lil rubber flange that went around the stock stereo.. and it looks like im going to have to cut a good chunk off of the top edge as well... dont really want to, but with the aftermarket install kit, theres only one way to mount it in their
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Old 05-02-2007, 02:48 AM   #2
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i just got a aftermarket panasonic deck. i let best buy install it because they offered to do it free of charge. it fit right in and they used the old brackets
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Old 05-02-2007, 03:04 AM   #3
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damn! thats what i get for doing self install huh. oh well, it's turning out all right... i can clean it up pretty good im sure.
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Old 05-03-2007, 02:30 PM   #4
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you shouldnt need to cut any of the dash if you get the right mounting kit and install it properly. mine fit like a glove and i did it myself
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Old 09-23-2008, 01:45 AM   #5
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all you need is to remove factory and get a dash pocket for the specific year. Its like 20 bucks
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i bought this little plastice housing at best buy for 20 bux because my 89 came with nothing in the stereo compartment. My brother helped me out but we didnt need to cut the rubber part out, it comes with a little manual on how to fit it into a supra, we messed up a little cuz it was kinda dark but it ended up looking pretty badass.
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Exactly. Wal-Mart is where is found the cheapest install kit as well as the wiring harness. Piece of cake once you get that big front piece off that holds everything in. Make's it a bit harder to try to steal the radio. I know....someone tried and couldn't get it out. Ha, ha.

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i just got a aftermarket panasonic deck. i let best buy install it because they offered to do it free of charge. it fit right in and they used the old brackets
I was a little leary about the wireing by doing it myself so I went to nearst best buy, pickout radio and discovered..This store charges $55.00 for installation plus parts etc. Summing iyt all up , it would double the radio cost. I don't thinkl so.
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you shouldnt need to cut any of the dash if you get the right mounting kit and install it properly. mine fit like a glove and i did it myself
Was wireing tricky?
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I installd myself a new sony aftermarket stereo I went to the12volt.com to get the diagram for my 90 toyota supra and it helped me A lot!.. I looked at the diagram of the stereo and the diagram of the website for my car and I didn't have any problems I intalled it like in 30 min hoped it helped...
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