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#1 mg2011

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Posted 29 August 2011 - 12:13 PM

hi, i've just bought a ford fiesta black edition. it has a 'triple deck' stereo inside and i have no idea if i can replace this for a better stereo for use of mp3 and ipod. i've looked online i can find how to replace stereo but am unsure if there are any upgrade versions of the stereo i can buy to replace it with? it would be helpful if someone could tell me if i can replace this stereo and a link to a possible stereo i could buy to replace it with.
its a mark 6 black edition
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#2 dezwez

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Posted 29 August 2011 - 12:53 PM

hi, i've just bought a ford fiesta black edition. it has a 'triple deck' stereo inside and i have no idea if i can replace this for a better stereo for use of mp3 and ipod. i've looked online i can find how to replace stereo but am unsure if there are any upgrade versions of the stereo i can buy to replace it with? it would be helpful if someone could tell me if i can replace this stereo and a link to a possible stereo i could buy to replace it with.
its a mark 6 black edition
thanks.

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#3 azzaparker

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 09:28 PM

i have the same car and i had this issue too. Ford said they wouldn't upgrade the stereo to the next model up. the only other possibility is to put in an after market stereo. i am half way through fitting mine...its a little tricky in places! you have to cut the plastic bars running across the standard stereo and buy a new fascia for the after market stereo to fit in to. the only tricky part in doing this is disconnecting and reconnecting the heater controls.


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