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    Finally, I nailed it!

    As there's no other option than pry open these panel, I use a dull knife (which I regret a bit) to crack open a small slit from the side of the ventilation panel then using a steel ruler to poke that slit and voila..!

    some tips: first: you won't need to open the glovebox its a waste of time and energy, second: after you pry open the left/right side of the ventilation, make your way (using ruler or any hard and thin object ) to the bottom of the ventilation panel then pry the second clip.


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    Last edited by dennyhiu; 03-16-2017 at 04:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeYourSOUL View Post
    Yeah, from prison take the left turn after toko Ogan (before small bridge), jalan Riam is the third or fourth on the left.
    I'll replace it with Kenwood DDX7017BT, pre-ordered it since last month.
    Rejeki Sound is great. Thank you!, I just bought a frame for 350k, the cheapest deal I could possibly got!!
    I also already ordered a Mitsubishi cable harness (I want to keep it as neat as possible, I hate it if I had to cut the original cables)
    And already eyeing this Android Head Unit

    FYI As I approach Jalan Riam around 1pm today, I see a glimpse of a silver Mirage just heading out from a garage which is revealed to be the Rejeki shop that I was looking for and I have high confidence to suspect that it was you. The seller is an old lady with his son. They even asked me whether I know you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennyhiu View Post
    Rejeki Sound is great. Thank you!, I just bought a frame for 350k, the cheapest deal I could possibly got!!
    FYI As I approach Jalan Riam around 1pm today, I see a glimpse of a silver Mirage just heading out from a garage which is revealed to be the Rejeki shop that I was looking for and I have high confidence to suspect that it was you. The seller is an old lady with his son. They even asked me whether I know you.
    Yes, that's me in titanium grey mirage. I told them if my friend wants to buy a frame too, also to make sure they won't give you higher price.

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    Sorry for late post, here's what they did with my vent panel.
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    They pried on both lower side of vent panel, once it open they made way to the top.
    Here's the look of vent panel and clip positions,
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    Thanks, I'm able to open that panel, but one question: Do we need to remove the original white clips ? I bought mine without clips. Here's mine. I wonder how to put this new panel back on without those clips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennyhiu View Post
    Do we need to remove the original white clips ?
    Yes you need to remove original clips. I used 6 clips from stock head unit.

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    Finally, My parcel came this morning. I installed it myself this afternoon.
    Below is my results, and a reference to universal Head Unit cable color code (at least as I know for JOYING)
    This thread helped me a lot, Thank you, guys!!

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    @dennyhiu, may I know what kind of Joying Model is that? And did you made the stock backup camera to work with that head unit? Planning to do mine as well. Thanks!

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    Very nice headunit from Joying bro.
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