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    Alpine IVA 502R

    Fitted this into my car with help of a random stranger connecting the harness to the ignition live in the ciggy lighter.

    Had allsorts of problems at first with working out the live and ingnition then I had to try and lose all the wires still not managed too but when I get more time I will get it flush to the console going to have to rip back of the case out and feed the wires down.

    Anyway pics.



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    Nice of a random stranger helping you out! I see people working at the side of the road and think I could help out there but decide better of it
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    looks really smart i must say, though you'd expect nothing less from an Alpine unit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salford Rick View Post


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    Why do I get the inpression from your picture that you have fitted the fascia incorrectly?

    You did do it this way:

    1. Fascia trim slotted into DD place.
    2. Cage slotted into fascia trim and locked into place
    3. Radio slotted in
    4. Radio bezel (surround) clipped into place

    If not and you have slotted in the cage first, change it using the above process.

    Oh and get yourself a Connects2 (or ALpine) steering wheel control adapter and save yourself the hassle of pluggin in your old radio to set the time every 6 months. It will finish it off nicely

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