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Old 04-10-18, 07:31 PM   #1
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Hi does anyone know where I can get a fascia that actually fits for the centre console. Iv replaces the factory fitted radio for a song but it now has unsightly gaps at the bottom where the heater panel protrudes. Iv been to Halfords / eBay and bought a few options however I cannot seem to get the right fit. It’s a single din radio! Thanks in advance as I’m pulling my hair out currently
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An aftermarket radio should fit a 207 fine with no gaps
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Old 04-10-18, 07:59 PM   #3
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An aftermarket radio should fit a 207 fine with no gaps
It fits in the gap fine however where the heater panel is you can see about 20mm of the top of the panel
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The radio is normally fitted above the cubby hole/shelf insert have you got them the other way round
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The radio is normally fitted above the cubby hole/shelf insert have you got them the other way round
Iv tried it both ways and still get a gap,

I’ll try and get a photo tomoz in the light
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The radio is normally fitted above the cubby hole/shelf insert have you got them the other way round
Here’s the photo
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Your cubby hole is not pushed in properly !!
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Your cubby hole is not pushed in properly !!
It’s pushed in as far as it will go
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No its not it goes in further
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No its not it goes in further
Iv pushed it as far as it would go in as the picture shows. I cannot push it any further as this will break the rear black plastic pin. All I need is help with finding a fascia that packs out to the lip so you cannot see the top of the shelf
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