I use the tape deck for my Ipod. I have a tape adapter than I plug into my Ipod and then in the deck. It works much better than an Fm transmitter. That and this fits right into the stock brackets no problem.
So you are saying it would take me 2 hours :bom:B Slater said:I installed mine myself and after soldering the harnesses together it took all of 30 minutes. It is easy to do. I got my head unit and install kit from Crutchfield, and I wouldn't do it any other way.
I re done my how to and put in under the how to stereo upgrade.XterraOverload said:Yea I was going to go through cruchfield but just wondering how hard it was to pull everything off looks like it was a pretty easy job.
When I talked to a crunch rep last night he said the clearance on the front door speakers my be really close and will probably have to trim a little.
Any of you replace the 6X9's in the front and have to trim.?
The "eh" wasn't really necessary...armandov99 said:Really? What's all that aboot? That's not fair, eh?
Aw c'mon buddy, I was just messin' around ... I am jealous you guys get a decent sound system standard on that ORHerms said:The "eh" wasn't really necessary...armandov99 said:Really? What's all that aboot? That's not fair, eh?