2007 Toyota Corolla

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Asked by May 10, 2015 at 05:50 PM about the 2007 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was trying to install an Aux Adapter I bough a few days ago. While taking out the radio, I accidentally pulled the face off from the rest of the radio. My question am I able to just buy this part not sure what its called some sort of cable/ribbon/film?

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Ouch. That's a loom. Connects the controls to component. 9th Generation Corollas don't have removable faceplates, or anti-theft locks, (I have a '06) and the loom looks OK, but the problem is re-attaching it. Forget dealer, they will just want to sell you a new radio/CD player.Take it to an auto-audio shop, one that does car stereos. They might be able to re-attach it. Hopefully.

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Is it possible to buy another loom? I might have damaged it while attempting to insert back in. Yes, the dealer most likely would try to sell me a whole radio.

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Not sure on that. Again, not dealer, they don't even have internal parts like that. Man I wish I had a better suggestion, but it's definitely a job for an expert.

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Agree with Fordnut,don,t think dealer can get that,it is the ribbon harness that tie,s the digital wiring into the stereo face plate to stereo,you would probably have better luck finding a another donor stereo off ebay,or your local salvage yard.

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Thanks i appreciate it.

I got a 2005 and have same prob. Try the manufacturer of your factory unit. I know that Pioneer, JBL, and Panasonic have made units for 2003-2008 models. Just figure out which brand and then contact them direct for replacements.

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