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Old 03-08-2012, 11:49 PM   #21
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Very true your better off getting an out the box ready setup, but to be honest anything just about anything at best buy with bluetooth is way over priced
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Yeah everything at bestbuy is so overpriced. But since I got money to spend there might as well get it there.
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well i ended up getting a Sony MEXBT3000P in-dash CD deck thats got bluetooth already in it. Also its got pandora control so you can control your pandora on the phone through the radio remote. Well yesterday i got my last package which had the dash kit. Earlier this week i got the antenna adapter and wiring harness. So now i have to figure how to wire it all up. Do you know any good write ups about doing the wiring harness?
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Bluetooth deck for a $129 ya did good. Its super easy, with the quick connect kit the wires on the harness 99% of the time are exactly the same color as the radio harness so just match the colors and butt connect and once your done it'll plug right into the factory harness
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butt connectors are second best to solder and heat shrink

especially when the gun and shrink is cheap.

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@jwfirebird, I concur when i was working as a fleet mechanic(everything from a leaf blower to ranger to f-750 to a back hoed john deere) for the SD Zoo the minimum excepted was a naked butt connector, soldered, heat shrunk and for cosmetic crinkle tube. Excessive but you can always rule your connection out if there'* a issue
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So im looking at my wires now and only thing I don't haveon the cd player is the orange wire and the orange white wire. So if its not on the cd plalyer harness do I need them? And also I seen somewhere you need to run an additional power wire.
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orange should be your always on test it with a meter, and yellow the retained acc power. dont know about orange /white. did you have something for amp turn on?
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well went to go and install everything and found out that i got the wrong connector for the harness. i ordered the one on the amazon link but i guess it was the wrong one. heres a picture of it
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