Factory radio cannot be removed. It sounds like they may have what you are looking for without messing up the factory appearance. After hooking everything and thought I was ready to play some music or listen to the radio. I know this is about 4 years old now and you have moved on from this now, but I am still hoping you can help me with this. If you need to see a picture, I can send you an eBay link, but it is a factory part so it matches nicely. I bought the dash panel you mentioned off of ebay. If you need a wiring harness to install the radio, it's the Metra 70-8113.
If you need to see a picture, I can send you an eBay link, but it is a factory part so it matches nicely. I have bought several radios from them. Had to cannibalize the brackets from the factory panel and new drill mounting holes. Our selection of brands is always growing, so chances are your favorite is on AliExpress. Metra 70-8113 harness does not just plug in and work.
Try finding the one that is right for you by choosing the price range, brand, or specifications that meet your needs. They did not charge me for a mounting kit, but when I dropped the car off they said they would charge me for it if they needed to use one. It's possible that after disconnecting the battery that the gas engine will run when it doesn't need to until the hybrid system is re-initialized So, if I can get away without disconnecting the battery, I'd like to try it. Can you tell me where the factory amp is located in your vehicle? I had no problems with the transaction at all, and I had my filler panel in about a week. May be I am used to my little Garmin C550??????? What is a fair price for having this adapter installed? Hopefully I can get some help even tho this tread was posted many years ago.
This is the easiest and most cost effective way to add an audio input into your factory stereo. One more think I found out after the fact. I have been trying to get a line on the wiring harness. Or is there another some kind of harness kit that I can buy in order to be able to install an aftermarket stereo and it won't effect everything that goes on up top on the navi screen? Bough the hardness that use to connect with the factory amp and the panel to make it look as close to factory set up as possible. The brackets that comes with it just hold the panel in place and have nothing to do with mounting a radio.
It say no connection to air conditioning control. He was able to use the metra harness for power, ground, etc. Oh, I have 148,000 miles on it now. So as I was planning to just run the stereo and bypass the amp, I can't to realize when my factory stereo is unplugged from the vehicle, it is effecting the controls on the navi system area. The brackets that comes with it just hold the panel in place and have nothing to do with mounting a radio. I don't have the Toyota part number handy, but I actually bought mine from a guy on eBay. Do I need a whole new stereo system? If the aftermarket head unit protrudes more than 15mm from the fascia, you own't be able to position the shift gear to parking.
If you need to see a picture, I can send you an eBay link, but it is a factory part so it matches nicely. But a few weeks ago something happened to the volume control from the vehicle on both the nub on the stereo and the volume control from the steering wheel. It's actually a filler panel for use if the customer does not want any radio at all. Adding More Information If you would like to help the Modified Life community by adding any missing information or adding a new car audio wire diagram to our resource, please feel free to post it at the bottom of this page. I want to retain the display function of the steering wheel and also the volume and track controls. My installer did not mention having any problems at all using the dash panel. I purchased a copy of the new maps but I am not too much impressed with the system.
Thanks for your time and help!!!!! I am going to remove it and move the ac controls so i can add a touch screen system. Spunderdog, sorry to hear you're having problems. He can probably get you one, though. Radio works but amp does not turn on. Popular double din dash kit lexus of Good Quality and at Affordable Prices You can Buy on AliExpress. The amp bypass was the easiest think to do.
I think i can intercept the signal going to the factory sub underneath the passenger seat and re-route it to the back sub that im putting in, but im not sure. What I really need to know is what trigger the stock amp. I think the way to get it back will be to simply ground the corresponding pin in whatever connector it is, once I figure that part out. It's just not getting amplified. I will look into the metra part you mentioned.
It's actually a filler panel for use if the customer does not want any radio at all. Metra 70-8113 harness does not just plug in and work. Also, I was wondering if you found it necessary to disconnect the 12V battery during your installation? This adapter will allow you to input any Apple iPod, mp3 player or portable music player into your factory radio. Hi Atebit, You mentioned above that when you disconnected the Radio, you lost steering wheel display, etc. I ended up decided to go with aftermarket stereo.
Also if i could get a wiring guide that would be great. We are very proud to introduce to you our Company and our product line. He also didn't mention having to use additional mounting brackets, and the ones from the factory radio were still attached to it when he returned the radio to me. Maximum allowance between the shift gear and the fascia is 15mm. Please respond if anyone knows of anything.