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cd changer for 03' tt

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I have a 03' turbo with PCMII (navi) and I am looking for a cd-changer. Loren, can you please give me some suggestion about this? I really don't want to pay 900 bucks for an OEM cd-changer and am open to any alternatives. Part number and seller's info would be helpful.

For those who want to sell their cd-changer that would work for my car, please feel free to include your unit's part number in your reply.

TIA :cheers:

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Because these are all connected via MOST (optical bus) you don't really have a choice other than Porsche's CDC-4. Try Sunset Imports in Oregon for dealer cost pricing (see Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost link above).

The is a kit and an optical waveguide that you will need to order:

000 044 900 72 CD changer CDC-4 set

996 622 708 00 Optical waveguide, 911 Turbo (996)

Double check the waveguide with Sunset since you have PCM2.

There is a TSB with install instructions. Let me know if you need that also.

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