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2004 Subaru Factory 6CD Radio in 1999 Impreza Questions


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#1 99ImprezaOSport

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Posted 19 July 2014 - 12:37 PM

Anyone know if I can take a radio/cd player from a newer model year and place that into a 1999 Impreza without any crazy modifications? 

 

Specifically I'm looking at placing a 2002 6CD double din to place into my 1999 Impreza. Sure I can buy an aftermarket system and put that in but for some reason I'd like to keep it all Subaru  :P

 

 

Also does anyone know the specs from the 1999 factory cassette radio like output power, etc...



#2 lmdew

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Posted 19 July 2014 - 12:47 PM

Plug and Play.

 

The connectors are pretty standard.  Some of the new new ones have different connectors.  Most of the Single and Double DIN will all plug and play.






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