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How to remove CDC-4 in 997 TT?


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I've recently bought a 997 TT and it has the CDC-4 mounted vertically in the front trunk, next to the DVD for the Nav unit. I want to fit my Dension 500 tomorrow, but can't work out how to get the CDC out so that I can get at the cables and fibre optics. Anyone know how to get it out, and if so, I wondered where anyone had fitted there Dension or the like - there's not a lot of room in there.....

pete S

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In case anyone else is wondering, I've found the answer myself. If you pull the cover off the Navi DVD (pull the cover away from the bulkhead towards the front of the car at the top and then pull the hole thing upwards), you can then get at both sides of the cover for the CDC. To get the cover off, you just pull it firmly updwards - a little awkward, but I found that you just give it a firm pull and it comes free.

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