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#1 Stude41

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 07:46 PM

Well i went to a Ford dealership at the week end to ask about speakers for the rear of my Zetec [7]. They told me that the wires were not in place AND that it was an awkward and blood difficult job. Does anyone know this??? Or were they just giving me the "its not worth it mate" bit. to be honest given the price of the car they should be fitted with complete surround sound and a sub.

Has anyone on here put some in?? and perhaps can give me some advice?

On another note I bought a Road Pilot for the i pod, at first it was picking up every electrical thing in the car. wipers, indicators, brake lights. Dont worry if yours does this, because the wire to the Aux input is too thin and not shielded enough. I went too Maplins where they do a cable that is thicker, and it works a treat!!

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 07:59 PM

Well i went to a Ford dealership at the week end to ask about speakers for the rear of my Zetec [7]. They told me that the wires were not in place AND that it was an awkward and blood difficult job. Does anyone know this??? Or were they just giving me the "its not worth it mate" bit. to be honest given the price of the car they should be fitted with complete surround sound and a sub.

Has anyone on here put some in?? and perhaps can give me some advice?

On another note I bought a Road Pilot for the i pod, at first it was picking up every electrical thing in the car. wipers, indicators, brake lights. Dont worry if yours does this, because the wire to the Aux input is too thin and not shielded enough. I went too Maplins where they do a cable that is thicker, and it works a treat!!


hi who makes the roadpilot? i use a griffin autopilot it works great.

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Posted 07 December 2009 - 11:37 PM

hi who makes the roadpilot? i use a griffin autopilot it works great.



Yes its the Griffin one, but mine was awful until I got a new cable and its brill!!


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