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    fitting new single din headunit with steering wheel controls, prob is when i try to fit all the wires into the small space the unit wont power up, when i untangle all the wires it works, its just when the wires are all squachwd behind the unit it stops, if i removed the glovebox would i be able to feed the wires in behind more easely.

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    Should be able to get your hand in an pull the wired out the way with glovebox out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Critch View Post
    Should be able to get your hand in an pull the wired out the way with glovebox out

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    Try rotating all the wires round and it pulls it into a tighter bundle. I had to this with mine.

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    Aah, the old "brady bunch" trick

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    With mine I took the vents of and screen in middle then as I pushed the unit in I pushed the wired down the back and to the sides also removed the glove box and gently pulled the wires as I pushed in the head unit

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