Thought I'd write up something about Japanese radio for those that don't know. In Japan the FM signal only goes up to about 90, whereas in Australia we go to 100 (approx). So this means that the FM on the radios in Japanese cars wont work in Australia. However there is a product called an FM expander which actually subtracts MHz from the Australian signal so it will work. It is common to subtract 20 from the signal so that 93.7FM will now be 73.7FM on your dial. Now when buying the FM expander u can ring ur local car radio dealer and ask if they have any spare ones from people swapping out decks from Jap imported cars. (But be aware I have found that they charge u $50 over here in WA) which is a scam because they don't pay for them. Plus they dont give u a box and install instructions (which u don't need anyway). If u find a nice stereo place and can get them for about $15-$20 do it. Or if u have a JayCar shop near u they r only $24-$25 brand new. Makes the $50 look a bigger scam. I'll post up pics of my install when I do it this weekend. Its very simple.