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    Default cd player

    what did you do to put ur cd player in?

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    figured out what wire went where behind the radio and connected it to the player's harness as the manual specified.
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    03/72 240Z HLS30-70xxx - R.I.P. 2011/01/04

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    what about the plastic face plate part did u just cut to fit?

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    I was thinking the samething for my 71z. Any pictures

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    I did not personally cut it, some SOB previous owner did that already.
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    03/72 240Z HLS30-70xxx - R.I.P. 2011/01/04

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    You will have to trim it a little but it will fit very nice. I have a JVC Kameleon in mine and love it. Take your time and make sure you secure the back of the unit to the dash or trans hump. I think there is a picture of mine in my galarey. I need to get a picture of it on since it looks like a blank plate when it is off.
    Last edited by lan240; 01-07-2005 at 05:52 AM.
    Greg Wolff
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    hm... My Z has an alpine Deck which sounds kind of nice except for the crappy wiring job they did... it seems that they used one of those niftyb radio install kit, but overall it looks like a crappy hack job.
    1973 240 Z rust bucket
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