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I am an owner of a 1998 Hyundai Atos and I would like to change my radio-cassette. I want to replace it with a new PIONEER MVH-180UB. The problem is that I dont know what cables will i need to do this. Its my first time replacing a radio. Can anyone help me?
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If your car still has the original Hyundai radio fitted, all you should need is a wiring adapted to convert the Hyundai radio connector to ISO. If it doesn't have a Hyundai radio (later UK models had Clarion radios) it will probably already have ISO connectors so your Pioneer unit should just plug in. You can get the wiring adapters on e'Bay or Amazon, if required.

It's been a long time since I've worked on an Atoz/Amica but I seem to remember that you had to file out corners of radio aperture on the dashboard trim to make a standard radio fit because the original Hyundai radio screwed on behind the trim and the aftermarket unit has to fit through it.

Also, when removing the center dash trim to install the radio, you need to disconnect the heater control cables. Just unclip the cables from the heater box flap levers behind the dash. Don't remove the levers themselves. We've already had one person on the forum have trouble realigning the heater box flaps after following dodgy instructions from a youtube video.

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