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hi guys, i'm opening this thread because i don't understands why i'm not able to fit perfeclty the panel of my autoradio , as you can see on the pictures on the right side ( europeen model ) there is a little space, i already made a cut on the dashboard inside, it helped a lot but now it's still unperfect and i don't understand why







as you can see here it's perfect when i make a pressure with my fingers





i noticed on this youtube video : [ame]https://youtu.be/QKHGlKusj9E?t=619[/ame]
the guy have the same problem as me the right side have a little space , so if someone got the same problem as me and could help me i will be more than reconized more than 3 hours i'm searching how to fit the panel perfectly , btw as i said i made a cut on the dashboard of the civic and it seems much better than without cutting, but now i guess i cuted almost everything possible so i don't understand .


when i put the panel without the autoradio it's fitting good .

hope you could help me guys thanks ! for the rest everything is okay and the double din works perfectly
 

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I noticed this with myne it's the double din unit plastic I think it's a bad batch I cutted away everything and still just slightly sits proud!
hi guys, i'm opening this thread because i don't understands why i'm not able to fit perfeclty the panel of my autoradio , as you can see on the pictures on the right side ( europeen model ) there is a little space, i already made a cut on the dashboard inside, it helped a lot but now it's still unperfect and i don't understand why







as you can see here it's perfect when i make a pressure with my fingers





i noticed on this youtube video : https://youtu.be/QKHGlKusj9E?t=619
the guy have the same problem as me the right side have a little space , so if someone got the same problem as me and could help me i will be more than reconized more than 3 hours i'm searching how to fit the panel perfectly , btw as i said i made a cut on the dashboard of the civic and it seems much better than without cutting, but now i guess i cuted almost everything possible so i don't understand .


when i put the panel without the autoradio it's fitting good .

hope you could help me guys thanks ! for the rest everything is okay and the double din works perfectly
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no i don't think it' s the panel , because i bought 3 panels ;'( and got the same problem on the 3 it's impossible , btw my brother have the same civic and a mechanician put the panel perfectly



and the panels come both from aliexpress , same seller etc.
 

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Arh so I got it flush then?
no i don't think it' s the panel , because i bought 3 panels ;'( and got the same problem on the 3 it's impossible , btw my brother have the same civic and a mechanician put the panel perfectly



and the panels come both from aliexpress , same seller etc.
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You sure all the cables behind have been pulled down out the way so theres enough room at the back for the ddin to sit flush?

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Most important thing:

Where can i buy it and where can i find a 2din radio that can work with the steering wheel controls?! :grin2:
 

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Most important thing:

Where can i buy it and where can i find a 2din radio that can work with the steering wheel controls?! :grin2:

Olà :)



i used this patch and works perfectly : https://www.ebay.fr/itm/CTSHO002-Steering-Wheel-Stalk-Control-Adaptor-FREE-PATCH-For-HONDA-Civic-2006/270872820242?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649


he comes with everything you need + he work with all the brands mostly.

Contact the seller and check if it's compatible with your autoradio if you have any question ask them
 

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Alright after 4 hours of research and everything removed ... I found a solution of my problem ,







so the solution i found for my problem maybe it's not the best option but it's working ... so if it can help someone, i added a screw ( or another thing) to make the wholes smaler and it force the panel to stay correctly ( if you don't use any screw or other thing it stay at the top of the whole and that's why we got the problem. and now using a screw it fit perfectly .

As you can see on my pictures














 

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Thats where I got myne from for my android stereo it's that one
Olà :)



i used this patch and works perfectly : https://www.ebay.fr/itm/CTSHO002-Steering-Wheel-Stalk-Control-Adaptor-FREE-PATCH-For-HONDA-Civic-2006/270872820242?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649


he comes with everything you need + he work with all the brands mostly.

Contact the seller and check if it's compatible with your autoradio if you have any question ask them
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What size is the screw please M3,M4?
Alright after 4 hours of research and everything removed ... I found a solution of my problem ,







so the solution i found for my problem maybe it's not the best option but it's working ... so if it can help someone, i added a screw ( or another thing) to make the wholes smaler and it force the panel to stay correctly ( if you don't use any screw or other thing it stay at the top of the whole and that's why we got the problem. and now using a screw it fit perfectly .

As you can see on my pictures














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aproxymatively the same size as the 3 ones you have at the top to fix the panel on the dashboard ( let's say m4) and you could use just 1 srew in the middle whole it works

post a pic before and after if it worked for you ;) thanks mate
 
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