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Xovision 7" In-Dash Double Din DVD with Built-in Bluetooth

anyone has any tips about this head unit for my 02 mustang...i need to replace my factory one and would like to find something nice and not that expensive...i saw this one at walmart and though its double din i don't know if it will fit ...i understand i will need an amp integrator and a kit. but i don't want to go thru all the trouble with harnesses if it doesn't fit...help

Xovision 7" In-Dash Double Din DVD with Built-in Bluetooth

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you can actually buy a harness that is designed for your car. it just clips into your old harness setup and you connect the wires to the back of your new head unit. and you dont neccesarily need an amp. you can just by pass the stock amp by running new wires. but it is beneficial to run a new amp, so that your speakers arent under powered but you have to be careful not to over power them or you could run the chance of blowing them.

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thanks for info...still looking for more tips greatly appreciated.
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I put a Blackmore double-din in my 02,it fit fine.I went to the local stereo shop and bought a wire harness kit.There were 2 harness,s which hooked up everything including the factory amps,it sounds great.


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