02-04 Toyota Camry Jbl Radio 6 Cd Cassette Face A56820 on 2040-parts.com
Los Angeles, California, United States
Type: Radio 6 Disc Cd Cassette Face Plate Replacement (NO RADIO IS INCLUDED)
Part/Model # 86120-AA060
Faceplate ID # A56820
Display Color: Green
Does it have an amp? No this is the standard sound system
Does it need a code or programming? No, it is a direct plug and play unit
Flaws: Has scratches and fades to the LCD, face, knob and buttons. (Please see pics.)
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