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Pioneer Flagship AVIC-Z120BT Install

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by RLEADS, July 14, 2011.

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    1. RLEADS

      RLEADS New Member

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      I have a 2004 with factory 6 disc changer. I am partial to keeping my factory setup but would like to install the Pioneer Flagship AVIC-Z120BT. This is a 7" In Dash dvd, cd, radio, and navigation unit. Is there a way possible to install this (with some custom fibeglass modifications) in the center console (where the black mat is bringing it up to accomodate the system) does anyone know if this is possible, and if so any pointers? Thanks
       
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      Why leave the factory in? the pioneer will do all the factory can, plus more. putting it below takes your eyes off the road longer when you want to do something. wiring it will require switches and relays so you cut off one so you can use the other. not to mention if its the 6 cd that you dont want to give up, you can put all your music on mp3 or use an ipod.
       

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