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ASL automedia Specialising in the upgrade of BA/BF/Territory and FG audio and visual systems. We also repair all Ford (OEM) car stereos and produce OEM quality wiring harnesses. Website Link

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Old 06-02-2018, 10:41 AM   #1
FADI75
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Default Is your fg mkii, sz mki screen stuck on logo, blank, lines on screen,overlapping or even damaged?

Please see link below


http://www.aslautomedia.com.au/falco...creen-exchange


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website: www.aslautomedia.com.au
email: info@aslautomedia.com
AUDIO INTERFACES, REVERSE CAMERAS, SATELLITE NAVIGATION & VIDEO INTEGRATION ON FACTORY COLOR SCREEN
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