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Old 07-22-2012, 09:25 PM   #11
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and if you are going to have dvd get the bypass so people in the car can watch when you are driving.

You're a fool if you buy a bypass for a kenwood, all you need to do is ground the parking brake wire to bypass the dvd lockout. It really is that simple.
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Old 07-23-2012, 05:18 AM   #12
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LOL good one
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Old 07-23-2012, 06:16 AM   #13
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so the dash kit and everythying fits nice and there is no problems with that do you have any pics
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Old 07-23-2012, 06:41 AM   #14
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The only way to do the double din head in 2012 is use metra kit its new but it works real good.im working on backup cam now,the only thing is the button lights will stay on for 2 minutes after the key is out no big deal. And you will have to use xsvi-5524 interface and the aswc for the buttons on the wheel.
not 100% true. I don't normally bust people out but I want to throw out there's an acv kit you can purchase from dealers here in the states from a company in Germany. Cost is about $200 inc shipping.
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Thats a good kit but the buttons for the clock are not there, just the door lock you can set the time but not the date. In a year there be lots of good kits.
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Thats a good kit but the buttons for the clock are not there, just the door lock you can set the time but not the date. In a year there be lots of good kits.
Very true. But thing is. It gets the job done. You can order the buttons from eBay for a little more $$$
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Very true. But thing is. It gets the job done. You can order the buttons from eBay for a little more $$$
I going to buy a house in your neck of the woods. i pick out a name for it im going to call it biltmore lol . I was just there last week
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quick question: Will the steering wheel control still work?
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