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Dan Lewis

Cd Player for a 1997 Ford Fiesta?

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Hello there.

I'm new here, so first off, sorry if it is in the wrong section.

I have just bought a 1997 Ford fiesta 1.3 LX.

It currently has the standard radio/cassette player.

I was wondering, what CD player would fit?

Thanks,

Dan

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Hi

The stereo at the moment is it square or rectangular (post box size?)

If it is the square factory system then you may get a fascia plate from halfords or somewhere online. Then a single DIN stereo can be purchased.

The you need to get the correct connection for the back, halfords will have all of this.

You can install almost anything.. funds permitting of course.

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It is the square shapped one.

Thanks for your help.

Is it that expensive to do?

Thanks,

Dan

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i reckon you could find a cheap fascia on the net somewhere. just a bit of plastic.. you may find one with a pocket tray too.

Look for a Single DIN conversion.. not double DIN otherwise you will have to find a double DIN stereo

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Thank you.

Will look out for it now :)

This place doesn't seem to be "buzzing"

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Hi, Just to update you.

I have brought a new MP3 player for the car, aswell as the facia plate and ford to iso connector. Is there anything else i would need?

Thanks,

Dan

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Lol.

I mean anything to fit in the car for it to work.

I brought Pioneer DEH-3700MP

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As long as your speakers are not pluged into an amp and straight into your own 3rd party amp or the stereo then i dont see anything else needed.

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stereo

facia adaptor

iso leads convertor

thats all thats needed for sure

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