fitting aftermarket stereo (new c3)

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My Name: jebby80

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hi all we have just purchased a 10 plate c3 the new shape one and i would like to replace the stereo to get an aftermarket bluetooth one. my question is after i replace the original stereo do i have to keep plugging it in to change the time etc on the screen or is there another way to do it after the aftermarket one is fitted??
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Hi jebby80

You need an adaptor to allow the stalk controls to continue to communicate with the new radio. Have a look at the connects 2 series of adaptors that can interface and sometimes replicate the old controls from the radio that was removed.
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