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#1 bigbossowen

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 07:27 PM

hi new to the web site so hi to you all
i have just tried fitting the ford/sony CD132-CD6 to replace the ford 6000cd head unit in to my 04 mondeo lx 130 tdci and it is a diffrent fit as it has a sloped face to it and the standed one is flat and i have also noticed that you can only buy one type of Facia Adaptor did ford make two types of dash dose this mean i am stuck with the 6000cd??
can some one help

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#2 rhino

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 10:58 PM

hi new to the web site so hi to you all
i have just tried fitting the ford/sony CD132-CD6 to replace the ford 6000cd head unit in to my 04 mondeo lx 130 tdci and it is a diffrent fit as it has a sloped face to it and the standed one is flat and i have also noticed that you can only buy one type of Facia Adaptor did ford make two types of dash dose this mean i am stuck with the 6000cd??
can some one help


I think your best bet is to get a centre console from a Ghia or GhiaX from a scrappie. Make sure it is a Non facelift model because the consoles are different and the switches won't fit! I am assuming you have the mat black surround fixed to the Sony, not just the head unit.

There are loads of posts on http://www.fordmondeo.org/ regarding consoles and head units, you may find that helpful. :)

#3 chris2911

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Posted 16 April 2010 - 08:37 AM

yes the fasia is diffrent you have to buy centre dash section its very easy to fit

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...=item4aa038fe42


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