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CaerClio

Replacing Cd6000 In My '09 Focus - Double Din??

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Hi, wanting to replace the factory fitted CD6000 in our 2009 Focus TDCi Zetec - does anyone know if the original unit is double din or din-and-a-half before I fork out for a new one that doesn't fit?

Cheers :)

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It's a double :)

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Hi, wanting to replace the factory fitted CD6000 in our 2009 Focus TDCi Zetec - does anyone know if the original unit is double din or din-and-a-half before I fork out for a new one that doesn't fit?

Cheers :)

Hi Kate,

are you planning to replace the 6000cd with a ford sony model or an aftermarket stereo ?

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Thanks, both. Glad it's a double - and an aftermarket one if that makes any difference?

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If it's an aftermarket one then you need a modified radio panel like these - colour dependent of course. -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-Mondeo-Focus-S-Max-Car-Stereo-Double-Din-Fascia-Panel-Adaptor-CT23FD07-/250898931878?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item3a6abde0a6

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CT23FD08-Ford-Focus-Silver-Double-Din-Fascia-Facia-Adaptor-Panel-Surround-Kit-CD-/150634384239?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item2312824b6f

The original fascia will fit around it so no need to change that.

You will of course need a adaptor harness for the stereo wiring, an aerial adaptor and a control stalk interface to maintain remote function.

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Fab, thank you - am going to change fascia too as current one has an ugly scratch at the top so might as well - and off to look up adaptor harness now. Cheers :)

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