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Original Radio Fixing. need help..

swallow_che
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Original Radio Fixing. need help..

Postby swallow_che » Wed Nov 07, 2018 2:23 pm

Hi, my radio on 90MY is DBC3233

I borrow a picture from google.
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my sound system is really bad now.. using FM transmitter.

It has bad noise behind. and the balance of left and right isn't right..and more..

Is this possible to open it up fix all this and work it like new? and I want to modify a bluetooth reciever if it's possible..

want to keep the original but make it like new with bluetooth..
1990 XJ40 Daimler 4.0 VIN# 626374
(LHD, Non-LSD, Imported to South Korea)
Gunmetal Grey/Parchment
206,000 Kilometers
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Re: Original Radio Fixing. need help..

Postby darrenwgaransi+ » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:28 am

You might be better off looking around Ebay or something similar and finding an exact replacement used.
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1993 XJ6, 4.0

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Re: Original Radio Fixing. need help..

Postby naki_k » Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:52 pm

Everything is fixable in theory, with the right knowledge, time, skill and determination.
Though most owners revert to the standard approach or replacement.
So that’s up to you.

I have a spare here if you want it. Message me for details.
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Re: Original Radio Fixing. need help..

Postby Dazstap » Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:05 pm

There is a company called Maple Car Audio that will overhaul your OEM head unit.

I'm sure there was a thread on here somewhere a while ago.
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