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Vauxhal Vectra 2002

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SonicN

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Anyone got a Vauxhal Vectra 2002, equiped with some sort of trancievers, or does anyone got a picture of this ? I got a Vectra, but need ideas for mounting.
 

mrweather

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Is there a North American version of this car? If so you could try searching under that name instead of Vauxhall.

Generally speaking, if your car has a factory console of any kind it kind of limits you to remote-mount radios.
 

citylink_uk

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Hi,

The vectra is sold in some parts of Europe as the Opel Vectra and in Australia as the Holden Vectra.

The car does have a console preventing any DIN size radios from being installed, however you can get a double-DIN cage which would allow you to have 1 DIN size radio and an AM/FM radio in the same space.
 
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