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    Question Sony Head Unit

    Hello all,

    Just hoping for a bit of advice regarding fitting a head unit.

    I've just bought a sony cd player and want to fit it, the previous cd player was also a sony, so will the wire connectors/jack plugs and everything be the same?

    I know absolutely nothing when it comes to electrics so any advice will be appreciated!

    Thanks

    Kate

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    i would have thought so. should be a case of taking old one out pulling block plugs out from the back plug these into new headunit and fit back in.

    if not im sure there wil be someone else along shortly who can give a helping hand

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    The aerial adaptor and steering wheel control adaptor (if fitted) will be the same. the wiring block could be different though but there's nothing hard about changing that too

    The securing cage could be different too so replace that too
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    Thanks for the replies

    The CD player fit in nicely, no hassle at all!

    Its a bit of a relief because I normally manage to mess up the simplest of things!

    Thanks again :-)

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