Double Din Radio Installation Fascia

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  1. DugLR4

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    But what happens to other functions that are displayed and controlled via the original screen? I've been curious about it.
     
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    How does it really fit where the screen is on the LR4? I have to see it to believe it, I mean the air vents are practically right next to the small factory screen as is.

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    I used something similar on my LR3, it was actually for a Freelander but it fit fine, the cage and stuff came with my Pioneer. You have to bypass the fiber optic backbone and I used the factory speakers and wiring. I have had no problems since the install but I did not have factory Nav. I did a write up on the project somewhere on one of the LRForums. I basically lost the factory radio and amp and replaced it with Pioneer. I have never had the rear speakers working but am living with the front until I get time to troubleshoot. Seems like something always breaks and takes precedent. I'm happy to give you any info I can.
     

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