Introduction

I've found zero tutorials or references online on how to do this. Hopefully, this simple tutorial helps people who wish to replace their OEM head unit.

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  • Use soft disassemble tools to remove the bezels hiding the screws.

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  • Pull it like a drawer.

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  • Disconnect the connectors.

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  • Unscrew mounting plates from original headunit to custom headunit.

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  • Screw the mounting plates on to your custom head unit.

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  • Add the unit's bezel.

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  • You will need an adapter from Suzuki's headunit connection to generic connection.

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  • Return the AC grill, screws and bezels.

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Finish Line

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Jossef Harush

Member since: 11/26/2015

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Thanks for this, exactly what ive been looking for. I dont suppose you'd know the type of adapter necessary to connect the suzuki plug to an after market stereo? Thanks again for the guide!

robmatheson72 - Reply

Absolutely brilliant guide. Thanks. Had to purchase a different harness adaptor for my 14 alto sz3. It says on the packet the harness is for Honda Acc 9/98> but this fits and works 100%. Available from Halfords it is item PC2-68-4. Once again many thanks for the guide.

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