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Alpine Focus mk2 1.8 zetec bluetooth double din ford focus

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#16 Mike77


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 12:23 PM

Hi Nick, if you have fitted radios before, its not to bad really. The most awkward bit is having all the extra wires, extended looms and the bit to keep the steering wheel or stalk controls. Its VERY tight for space behind the headunit and can be difficult to sit the new unit back into position after fitting, but a bit of brute force works a treat lol.

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#17 Brigante


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 01:08 PM

+1 what mike says.

Hardest bit is wedging the thing back in with all the extra wires behind.

For your reference though i did make a guide while fitting my double din head unit. A link to it can be found in my signature and you can find it in the focus guides section.

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