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2003 CVX - Question about standard ICE


Kelsey Brookes
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I'm picking up my new-second-hand 2003 CVX at the end of the week. Haven't seen it yet and I'm having trouble tracking down specs.

I know it's got a six-stacker in-dash CD player, but I don't know if it can handle MP3 CDs or not? I've got to drive my new baby from Brisbane to Sydney, so I'd rather not have to burn a few dozen CDs for the trip if I don't have to!

Any info would be appreciated.

If not, does anyone know if a standard Pioneer 2 DIN headunit will fit in that space? The existing faceplate surround has curved corners so I'm not sure if something like this will fit:

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Pro...ayers/FH-P800BT

Thanks for the info!

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I found this - It has pretty much everything you would want to know

http://www.pressroom.com.au/press_kit_deta...00&kitID=38

I have just bought a 2005 CVX and still going through everything.

A double DIN stereo should slip straight in.

Not sure about the pioneer, but I know that the Kenwood systems bolt straight in (get a wiring adapter harness to make the instal easier

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Thanks - I'd already seen that particular page, but no mention of MP3 compatibility. I know the 2007 model got an update that supported it, so I now think it's unlikely.

Guess the new headunit will be the way to go!

You mention a wiring harness adaptor? Will this make it easy enough to do the job myself?

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Thanks - I'd already seen that particular page, but no mention of MP3 compatibility. I know the 2007 model got an update that supported it, so I now think it's unlikely.

Guess the new headunit will be the way to go!

You mention a wiring harness adaptor? Will this make it easy enough to do the job myself?

The last head unit I put in - I got an adapter from Supercheap.

It basically has a kenwood plug on one end and a toyota plug on the other - No soldering, no re-wiring.

You just have to find the right one - worth the $20 bucks or so for the ease of it though

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