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    Astra 54 plate

    Hi,

    I am going to upgrade my astra fitted CD30 head unit with the Alpine CDE-114BTi with a rear ipod connection into the glove box. I have never really done anything like this before, how difficult is it!

    I have put together a list below of items that I think I will need! anyone know if I am missing anything? Car audio fitting in the Slough area is rubbish and none of these items are stocked by our local halfords. Not sure if anyone can help?

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/alpine-cde-114bti.html

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/ctsv...l-adaptor.html

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/vaux...a-adaptor.html

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/fakr...l-adaptor.html

    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/alpine-kce-433iv.html

    Are there any ICE fitters on here that can sort the fitting out for me? What's the normal charge? Halfords charge anything up to £39.99!!!

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    You pretty much have it all there but don't forget the alpine patch lead for the steering wheel controls http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/conn...e-adaptor.html

    Being picky the aerial lead will then need a 2nd adaptor to convert it to ISO, the alpine headunit may come with that

    Because your fitting steering wheel controls this will all be plug and play fitting wise so should be quite simple. I'm going to stick my neck out here though and say that if wanted I could probably supply and fit all of that for the price your buying it for
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
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    sorry to jack your thread but i have a question for steering wheel controls. i have a normal kenwood cd player i think. what lead would i need to work the steering controls?

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    If your headunit has the option to add steering wheel controls and you have a MK5 you'll need the 2nd link is the first post of this thread plus the kenwood patch lead
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
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    Its a mk4 astra 2000. The cd player ive got is a Kenwood KDC-W3041.

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    That headunit doesn't have a hard wired remote input
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
    Electrical fault finding also taken on
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    ahhh never mind then. thanks anyway for the help

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    Fitting

    Thanks, sent you a PM...

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    You dont need the Alpine kce-433i ipod lead as well. Theres one in the box with the CDE-114bti.

    save you a few quid.
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    Good spot Ant!

    The CDE-114BTi is compatible with all later generation iPods and iPhones on the marketplace (cable included)
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
    Electrical fault finding also taken on
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