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Old 01-22-2017, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone recommend a radio/cd player that i can use with a steering wheel remote control, preferably with a USB socket on the front so i can plug my memory sticks in.
Cheap as possible as its just for a cheap runabout.

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Ps I am in Scotland
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ebay should be helpful
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ebay should be helpful
aye Ebay got loads but what I want to know is which ones to go for as haven't a clue regarding brands/types of car stereos,I'm a Biker who has a stereo on my Electraglide but the car ones are totally different.

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Quick update, my mate has given me a Sony MEX-BT5700U in mint condition 8-) free! just ordered some JVC speakers for the front and will see how it sounds and maybe get a set to match for the rear.
Are the rear speakers easy to access on the 2002 Ignis five door 1.3 auto? also what would be the max size I could fit without resorting to hacking away at the car?
I actually love the little Ignis and prefer it to the new Focus we have ordered but need the Ford for lugging my tools
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Right I have got the stereo and the front speakers fitted and what a difference its made, I have ordered some speakers to replace the rear ones......does anyone have any tips on getting the old rear speakers out? is there a certain place to unscrew/prize to get access to them? cannot find anything in the manual.
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2 door or 4 door?

If 2 door, start by taking rear seat out.
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2 door or 4 door?

If 2 door, start by taking rear seat out.
Its a 4 door 1.3gl 2002.
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Unbolt seat belt top, remove plastics, the round clips will break if you don't pop middle out first. Gently pull plastics by hand, as they have hidden lugs underneath. Plastics are getting old and brittle, so you may break them if not careful.
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Unbolt seat belt top, remove plastics, the round clips will break if you don't pop middle out first. Gently pull plastics by hand, as they have hidden lugs underneath. Plastics are getting old and brittle, so you may break them if not careful.
Cheers and thanks for the tips, I will give it a go

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Unbolt seat belt top, remove plastics, the round clips will break if you don't pop middle out first. Gently pull plastics by hand, as they have hidden lugs underneath. Plastics are getting old and brittle, so you may break them if not careful.
When you say pull the middle out of the round clips do you mean the round plug shapes that have a round doodah in the centre? how do you get the centre out? push in or prise out? my other set of speaker have arrived so will have a go at fitting them this week.
I will take some photos as I do it as they might help others wanting to change the rear speakers in the 5 door Ignis.

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