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    Stock receiver radio stereo replacement repair

    I am posting this experience to help anybody who has the same problem. I searched the forum and wasnt able to find an answer, so I had to figure it out myself.

    I have a 2013 abarth and the receiver works great but the whole faceplate was peeling. I want to keep the stock look but make it look new again. Im not great at electronics... so I called the dealer to find out if I can replace the unit, they say it doesnt look like the receiver is still being made, call back in May...

    so I go to eBay and can find a new old stock piece that looks identical and has a theft code with it. So I install it and no dice, there is a subtle difference in the configuration because part nr is an older one than my unit.

    Remember, I am not great with electronics but see that the face plate looks removable. I switched the new units faceplate with my old one by pulling up on all the tabs gently. Voila, now my old unit has a new face, reinstall it and its perfect!

    so yes the faceplate can be exchanged!

    I hope this helps someone.

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    Thanks... excellent solution. What was the problem in installing the new unit? Once installed, did the Canbus sync not work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Thanks... excellent solution. What was the problem in installing the new unit? Once installed, did the Canbus sync not work?
    No sound whatsoever, and the odometer was flashing with that other unit installed. Canbus can’tbus. I don’t know. Lol

    it’s perfect with the new face now!

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    OK, yeah, probably needed to have the Canbus synched.

    You probably know, all electronics in the car communicate via its own "Internet", the Canbus. Invented by the Germans, components send an ID followed by the info it wishes to pass on, similar to computer networks. When you replace one of the major parts (e.g. BCM, ECM) it has a new ID and can't communicate. With some swaps the car won't start until the part is brought online. Basically, the diagnosis software identifies the "missing" component and updates its ID into the system. With my stereo, the stereo no longer played USB and the odometer flashed... no idea why it "got lost".
    Last edited by map; 04-16-2021 at 03:59 PM.

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    Map...
    Thank you, thank you, thank you for an explanation of the Canbus for us (me) electronically challenged.
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    Any software updates any modern vehicle radios. You download off the internet to you computer. Copy that to a memory stick. Upload that updated software, to the USB to the cars audio system. We get software updates all the time, for the Jeep’s, Honda’s, and Kia. Pretty simple procedure. The radio in my 2012 500, is really dated system.

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