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Old 01-24-2006, 07:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can this indash DVD player fit my car?

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Im curious if this can fit a 92' e34?

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Old 01-24-2006, 08:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i've seen them in e30s, so i'm sure it can fit in a e34 just fine.

if it's standard size, then yes, it will fit.
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yuppers, it'll go right in. the only issue you might have is depth. those flip out monitors are usually deep and have a lot of RCA cables hanging off the back of it. it'll go though...
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yuppers, it'll go right in. the only issue you might have is depth. those flip out monitors are usually deep and have a lot of RCA cables hanging off the back of it. it'll go though...
e34 has a ton of space in there to put all the cables, from what i remember (2 mp3 player installs in 1 day a couple of months ago).
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i was thinking the heat/ac controls were right below there and are exposed, plus the obc to the right (nothing can go to the right), i cant remember, maybe there is a lot of room to the left, its been a few years since ive had to get into my dash...
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i was thinking the heat/ac controls were right below there and are exposed, plus the obc to the right (nothing can go to the right), i cant remember, maybe there is a lot of room to the left, its been a few years since ive had to get into my dash...
there is space in the back and to the left; i'd say more than enough, unless of course he is going to attempt building a nuclear power plant behind it. lol
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