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HELP! Install an aftermarket head unit 73 2002tii w/behr


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Check out Parker Performance. They have neat replacement faceplates for the Behr equipped 02's with and without gauges so you can install a DIN size radio.

www.parkerperformance.com

One of these is on my wish list to replace my Becker.

Jim Gerock

 

Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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I have the exact same setup, and I bought a Sony CD player at Walmart - it was on sale for $100, marked down from $225. It will all fit in the console, but just barely. Take a look at your console face plate. Mine had score marks where I could cut it out for the modern CD player, so all I had to do was cut the console faceplate with a razor knife and it fit perfect. It was tight though in the back, under the AC stuff, some radios may not fit. I did have to buy a 90 degree bend adapter for the antenna so it would clear, but the original antenna cable was too short anyway. Hope this helps.

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I had to re-wire the whole thing. There was an ancient Alpine unit already there that somebody had hacked up the wires to install adn added an amp too. the amp was actually killing th ebattery, so it was disconnected already. I just re-wired everything from scratch and added front speakers in the kick panels while I was at it. Thisis the link to Crutchfield that should have the specs that you need like size, etc. I really think any unit will fit, but be tight. Hope this helps. See the link below...

http://sm.crutchfield.com/App/Product/Item/Main.aspx?g=300&i=158GT620U&tp=5685&avf=N

1976 '02 - My first...

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