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Topic # 228723 19-Jan-2018 10:53
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This awesome post is a perfect match to what I need to do


I have a new import MPV which has dual cameras (passenger and rear) but the head unit is Japanese and needs replacing - no English option and limited FM band. The reverse camera is the only one connected and it also needs replacing as the lens is damaged, I have no idea of the quality of the passenger camera.


with a 1 year old and being the only employed person in the household I don't have the time to perform the job that jimbob79 did in that post, I also don't have the skill/know-how/dexterity.


Does anyone know of a reputable car audio installation company/person who could complete such a task in the Auckland area?

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  Reply # 1943408 19-Jan-2018 11:26
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Used these guys (Nth Shore) to supply and install new stereo in our Mazda a while back.


Was happy with the service :)



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  Reply # 1943432 19-Jan-2018 11:40
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they cant do anything about the passenger camera, they are my back up option for at least getting the headunit and the reversing camera sorted.

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  Reply # 1967695 3-Mar-2018 23:35
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