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  1. I had both an early Evora S and also a 400 and both had the same setup as far as the head unit wiring was concerned so you should not have a problem. From memory there is a big white connector on the main loom, I just re wired the short head unit loom. You will have to remove the radio facia , be aware there are connectors to disconnect on the back, but it’s just clipped in.

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    as far as what a PO has done then as Bravo mentioned it depends on how they wired in the head unit but ISO connectors do not appear in the Evora as standard. 
     

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  2. My 2nd Evora ‘in the wild’ spot this week, maybe I should put this post in the made me happy thread 🙂

    Blue Evora AU60, black wheels and looked like oyster interior in St Albans near the Three Hammers pub this evening , Sunday 30th. Looked stunning 🙂 

  3. From memory, and I could be wrong, but I think there a box that the alpine camera cabling connects into that outputs a phono / composite feed that then goes to the head unit ( my old S certainly did anyway) . I think that box is located around where the sub speaker is located behind the drivers seat.

    So if that is the case with yours then you can just extend the phono lead. Just a thought

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  4. I’ve had several from B&C but like you was wary at first as all third party Warranty's can be crap and don’t cover things but Phil at [email protected] looked after it all for me and apparently they have a good relationship with the Warrenty company. I have had a few claims over the years all painless and sorted by B&C directly, a few for AC too!

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