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Old 03-18-2009, 11:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how do i put a new radio in.

I have a 1997 540 6speed and i have a navigation tv, onboard computer,radio head unit .But the radio doesnt work the tv reads mute and i dont know how to trouble shoot it so i want to put a new system in but i dont want to lose the on board computer and navigation so where can i put the new radio and can i use the stock speakers?will it work? or do the speakers have their own amp in them please help......
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Moved to the audio section for better notice. Good luck to you!
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do what I do, get my friend the installer to put in. At least he knows what to do. If its mechanical, its me. If its electrical, its him. He's more patient. And you need patience with electrical stuff. And there is a lot of electrical stuff on our loved cars
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If you want to keep your Nav, etc., you'll have to stay with the factory issued stuff. Most of that stuff works in conjunction with each other. You might check with a car audio repair place, it may be a simple fix
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