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Hi all,

Thinking of fitting a double din into my type r fn2.

Questions are as follows for those mere mortals that wish to help.

Whats the part number for a double din fascia kit (fn2 09 plate RHD)?

What leads will I need to keep the clock / climate display and allow me to use the steering wheel controls?

I believe it has been done and would appreciate the help all.

Will write a good guide for your efforts lol
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I had a double din fitted in my last FN2, not sure of the part number as honda didnt sell it at the time but i think the cost is now around 150 for the fascia. i paid 220 from the local car hifi place

so this post is only info on the price of the fascia as i had this done awhile ago but just thought id let you know Looks good in the car though
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Have you had a look here?

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I did and must be honest didnt spot the fascia part number.

That guide is a bit old however. Ive read that you can install without using your old stereo, so was after advice really
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Fascia should set you back around the 100 mark from the dealers. There was one for sale on this forum a week or so back, have a look forthe link, it may have the part number?

This was the sale link... http://www.civinfo.com/forum/sale-an...ascia-sal.html

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I did and must be honest didnt spot the fascia part number.

That guide is a bit old however. Ive read that you can install without using your old stereo, so was after advice really
There is a link in the Wiki to this thread.
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/ipods-m...reat-news.html

Please feel free to update the Wiki with any new learnings.



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