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Radio switch from a CDR-210 to a CDR-220


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Hi I purchased a used CDR-220 to upgrade so I could use the aux. wire to play music from my phone.

I picked up my car from storage this last weekend and proceeded to try and change it.

It looks like the 220 is a bit wider (1/32).

Where can I find a diff. metal insert to accommodate the 220 or can I modify what I have?

Thanks

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The 210 has a metal cage with bendable ears that hold it in to the center console. When you upgrade to the CDR-220, the metal cage gets removed and the 220 slides directly into the center console. The ground wire that connects to the metal cage should be wrapped with tape or heat shrink to keep it from grounding out and causing the infamous beep when the doors get locked.

Here is a DIY write - up that might help PRESS HERE



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