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'05 dodge stratus

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RDCat

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anyone venture? into installing a radio-2096 or somthing into a dodge stratus?
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I got a 06 stratus. Not professionaly installed, but have a stock braket bolted on the shifter console next to the passenger seat side w/pro-2055. I interchange w/BCT-15, It's much easier to operate the keypad on the road than the open space just ahead of the gear shifter
 

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I don't know but it should be possible, a large number of police cars in Mexico are Stratus, and some are undercovers.
 

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yea i gave up tooo


not swavy that way to get it done on here:evil:
 

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I had a 2005 Chrysler Sebring with a few radios installed in it.. I'd venture to think that since the Sebring and that stratus were the same car, just on the opposite side of the Chrysler/Dodge fence, the interior would be the same.

Pardon the low quality of these photos - these were taken with an old 1.3 megapixel camera that I had back then.



 
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