|Mp3 Install this weekend .
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eter on 2002-05-28 at 10:28:04
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the tray comes out and I cut the template out with a rotozip tool. The tough
part about this is the space beneath the tray.Directly under the tray is a
cross section of console that is about ľ inch thick. This has to be cut with
the rotozip as well as the ac/heat duct that goes all the way thru to the rear
of the console. What I did was cut the top of the duct off as well as some
side clearance and then silicone in a piece of plastic that effectively
lowered the top of the duct to allow for the tray to clear with the frame.
I had the console set I continued the wiring under the console to the rear. I
had no choice at this time but to allow an inch of cable to show before I slit
the rug and tucked the cable thru the hole and under the rear seat . The cable
length allowed me to get the control box just to the rear seat armrest opening
when I mounted it to the wall with two way tape. I used the existing hole to
let the wires through to the trunk where I connected them to the changer and
used my Infinity Basslink for power
Here are some pictures of the final product.I must say that it looks great ,as close to factory as I could get .It has great sound,no hiss or anything that would lead you to believe that its not anything but the FM radio. And I must admit , as goofy as I thought the remote would be, its actually pretty handy when driving so you donít have to play with the smaller control buttons. Thanks to all of you who inspired me to take on this project.
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