Sirius after-market radio for a 2006 Pacifica

Oct 10, 2008
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We have been getting some really good feedback about Pioneer and Alpine satellite ready aftermarket units. Customers seem to really be happy with the display information it provides. I would look into either one of those companies and see what radios they have in their line up.
 

Couchpotato

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Yes..it does have the extra cover for it, as it is a single DIMM unit. The space you see is a small storage bin that is built into the cover. I had this installed at a car stereo place, but you can buy all you need at Crutchfield, or even E-bay if you wanted. Here is another pic from back abit to see more...
 

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Biaviian

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Thanks. So is the space a double-DIN? Crutchfield shows that double-DIN units don't fit. I'm traveling now or I would go out an measure the opening.
 

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I believe it's not a true double DIMM, just bigger than a single DIMM, thus the need for the cover plate to hide the extra space. There are some fancier units out there, but for the $$, I really like mine. As you can see, I installed RCA audio cable in the back to run my XM unit as well. Check this thread (post #94) for more pics of my set up if ya need..

http://www.digitalradiocentral.com/siriusxm-install-bay/85-show-us-pics-your-setup-10.html
 
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Biaviian

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Last question. Were you able to link your steering wheel controls into the unit?