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Old 15 May 2008, 01:54 pm
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Default Retain Stock XM and CD Changer W/ Aftermarket Head Unit

I have recently been considering dropping a double-din aftermarket head unit into the cubby of my 2004 Ex Accord Coupe. My stock unit has the dual-zone climate controls that interface through it so it cannot be simply removed so i was going to use a kit like this. This would work perfectly, except I would lose the function of the stock XM tuner and 6-disc changer. Does anyone know if it is possible to wire these components to an aftermarket head unit? Thanks!
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