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wek01

CDR-220 in 993. Dumb question.

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I have a CDR-210 in a 1996 C4. I want to replace the 210 with a 220. I know that the cage for the original 210 needs to be removed to allow the 220 to fit. My question is what holds the 220 in place if I remove the cage? What keeps it from being easily yanked out of the dash? Also, is there any good reason other than mp3 capability to replace the CDR-210 with a 220?

Thanks,

WK

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In my 98 Boxster, once I removed the cage, the CDR 220 snapped right in. Very tight but the side pins locked. The CDR 220 is newer and I think looks better than the 210. The 210 buttons' paint tends to also peel a little bit.

I have a CDR-210 in a 1996 C4. I want to replace the 210 with a 220. I know that the cage for the original 210 needs to be removed to allow the 220 to fit. My question is what holds the 220 in place if I remove the cage? What keeps it from being easily yanked out of the dash? Also, is there any good reason other than mp3 capability to replace the CDR-210 with a 220?

Thanks,

WK

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