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Old 12-20-2007, 03:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Looking to get rid of the setup in a 97 civic. Would like to go with a different style. What options are out there for me to swap in to replace the HVAC/radio locations?
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Without a bunch of fab work or rewiring? I'm gonna guess none but then again I've never really considered this option.

Honestly I like the setup on the late 90's civics.
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Looking to get rid of the setup in a 97 civic. Would like to go with a different style. What options are out there for me to swap in to replace the HVAC/radio locations?
You can swap the 99-2000 style controls into a 97' but it takes A LOT of work. Basically pulling the dash off and changing the electronic HVAC box on the firewall.
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The only thing you can move easily is the radio, but not the HVAC. The stereo can be moved pretty much anywhere.
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