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Trying to replace a radio in an Nissan Almera n16 (2003), I Is it possible to replace this radio, or because the dash radio/Air-con is all the one?

Trying to replace a radio in an Nissan Almera n16 (2003), I have the CD player removed, but cant seem to find the correct ISO harness? Is it possible to replace this radio, or because the dash radio/Air-con is all the one?

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Look at the bezel around the radio. It just pops off. If it goes up around the instrument panel, look for screws around there. Under the bezel, there will be screws to remove.

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