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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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He has already bought it, I guess he's tempted by trying to fit it himself emoticon

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Date Registered: 09-2009
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Hi Tony,
I was supposed to remove only one bracket on the left hand side but I removed the one from the RHS that secured onto a cable with the plastic clipper as well. Only realised when I read the installation manual again. Many thanks to your ealier encouragement 'do it you yourself ' post emoticon

Thanks Translucidus. It was a well worth time spending,leant a few things about the exy's audio head and surround plastic panel, auto climate control tube connection..etc... even the wife was impressed emoticon

Eddie, just read the installation intruction manual a few times and you can do it yourself. But you need a panel trim removal set to do the job, they are very good, they didn't leave any scratch or mark at all on my plastic panel considering I used quite a lot of force emoticon I'm not a mechanical minded person at all but I did it so I'm sure you can do it as well.



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Date Registered: 06-2008
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I'm glad it's given you the confidence guys, just about anything can be done if you are willing to have a go.
I don't really think a panel clip remover is necessary, it's only the radio fascia and the A pillar cover that needs to be removed, both come off quite easily.

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LOL emoticon For 9+ I have been removing the exy dash panels and trims using knifes and spoons and all sorts of things, with the Red Bull I reckon I better invest in this fancy panel removal kit and I found many of them on eBay for $24 bucks or so (it's a 9 piece plastic tool set). I am sure am gonna put it to good use as I like dismantling panels. hahahaha emoticon

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Date Registered: 12-2008
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Thanks for the vote of confidence guys. I think I can tackle it, buy the right tools and have the right mindset. We're leaving for Sydney in a week or so, maybe best left until after the move and not risk having to drive up with wires and trims all over the place if I dont get it finished!! emoticon

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No worries Eddie, have a safe drive up.

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Eddie, if you leave it until you're up here there's always a couple of us that can assist usually for a modest fee of a beverage or two

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Hi guys, sorry to reignite an old post. Does any have the install guide handy? I have an 07 t31 that I am changing the head unit on and wanted to see how the wiring goes.

Potentially looking at adapting the old Bluetooth buttons to the new head unit.

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