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Old July 27th, 2004, 08:28 PM
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Smile Factory CD Changer for '95 RRC

Hello,
I'm looking for the CD changer that works with the factory stereo in a '95 Range Rover Classic.
It looks the same as the '95 D90 stereo, so I'm ASSuming it's the same changer.

If anyone knows which changer will work with the factory head unit, I'd really appreciate the help.

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Old July 30th, 2004, 10:11 PM
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Okay, so I'm starting to see that no one has one of these units for sale, but is it possible someone can tell me what it is so I can start trying to find one through an audio store?
As far as I know, Land Rover used Alpine, Clarion & Pioneer.

Anyone have any idea which one was used on the '95 RR or even better, a part # for one that will work with the head unit?

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Old July 31st, 2004, 12:02 AM
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A 95 range rover classic uses the same CD player as any discovery series I. I have one, it has issues, you can have it for $50 and ship it out to be fixed for about $100.

The 95 D90 stereo is the same as the 96-mid99 range rover.

If you mean a 95 4.0SE you are on your own as that one is unique.

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Old July 31st, 2004, 12:19 PM
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Ron,

Where are you sending the cd changers out to?? I have a couple of extras here I would like to get fixed.
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It's definitely a '95 Classic Ron, and thanks for the information.

I was really sure I'd seen that same stereo in my '95 D90, but some years have gone by so I suppose I could be mistaken. I am sure that it's not the same as the stock '97 D90 Stereo.

So you're saying that the head unit in a '95 RRC is the same as all the Disco 1's, all the way up to '99?
If that's the case, then finding the compatible CD changer shouldn't be that difficult.

So to reiterate: I just need to locate a CD changer that came stock on any Disco series 1 and no other year of Range Rover or D90's CD changer will work with the '95 Range Rover Classic's factory head unit.

Do you or anyone else have the part number of the CD changer by chance?


Thanks for the help,

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There were actually a couple part numbers for that CD changer, interchangable of course.

try AMR3053

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Old August 6th, 2004, 07:35 PM
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Found one.
Big thanks to Ron Brown for the part #.
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