Fitting A Clarion CD Changer to a 206

Discussion in 'Peugeot 206' started by d_dean_d, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. d_dean_d

    d_dean_d Guest

    Hi can anybody help me?? I have the standard head unit for a 206 in the
    car at the moment and would like to fit the Clarion 6 disc changer unit
    to it, I have been told that all the cables are already in the vehicle
    and run down the passenger side and into the boot, can anybody tell me
    is this true?? Also if I were to buy an after market CD player would I
    still be able to use the display unit in the centre of the dash and the
    joystick on the steering column?? Hoping someone can help, Many Thanks
    d_dean_d, Mar 23, 2005
  2. I can only help out with the CD changer. I also have a Clarion 6 disc
    changer fitted and the cables do run down the length of the car
    Graham Westwood, Mar 30, 2005
  3. Hi, Did you buy the car with the changer already fitted or you've installed
    it later? where this cable is running exactly and how can I find the cd-
    changer end? I have an extra cable plugged into the back of the radio and
    it (radio) works when this cable is unplugged?!?
    FM via, Apr 6, 2005
  4. I have a single cd clarion unit in my 1999 406.
    There is a cable in the n/s boot for cd changer
    Blue rectangle fitting.
    I have a 206 cd changer which connects straight to cable.
    There is power and cd cartridge ejects but my Head Unit doesn't recognise
    it and still only gives me the choice of single cd?
    I have tried holding in the multi cd button and still nothing.
    Can anyone help please?
    steve Robinson via, Apr 6, 2005
  5. d_dean_d


    Apr 8, 2018
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    Hi, I have a 2006 206cc 1.6 and want to instal a 6 cd changer. It still has the original head player and the changer should go in the glove box and I have no idea if the cables are already in the car.

    The other question I have is are the cd changers universal to all Peugeot 206/206cc.

    Many thanks.
    Minx, Apr 8, 2018
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