Thanks for all the postings. The shipping took 3 days I think. Pushing the rounded end of the spring in and pushing it from under the metal tabs will release the bulb from the housing. The metal backing cover should be slipped under the springs at the top and connected first and then snap the bottom in place. Please call for customer service and availability at 1-800-886-2815. So here is how I plan to do it.
I suspect aftermarket kits like the Parrot are going to be fading away as more vehicle comes with all this technology standard. I tried a tape adapter first and it sounded awful so I'm hoping there is still an alternative to get my phone hooked up! There are two spring loaded clips that hold the base into the housing. Absolutely seamless setup and great sound. Factory radio controls: song up, down, shuffle, or random within any playlist selected. Connect the connectors, rotate to horizontal position. Audio quality of an external speaker is just fine. Do you know if anyone with navigation has installed it? The clips are bulit into the bulb holder so you can't lose them and are simple spring metal.
Final Update on this topic. And, instead of running the iPhone charging cable into the console behind the cup holder, I made the wire come out of the ash tray since I do not smoke. Price is very reasonable so i am very excited about this. I would not expect them to go back and develop anything for older Lexus vehicles. Phone technology is way, way ahead of in-dash nav technology. You guys got it right.
. The microphone is placed at the top of the A-pillar and fits very nicely there. Includes: Carrier bearings and races, pinion bearings and races, pinion seal, complete shim kit, ring gear bolts, pinion nut, crush sleeve, oil baffles. There is a nice, big constant wire in that connector. I have seen your threads and responses all over the forum and they have been very helpful. I get a lot more apps and features from apps when I control them directly from my phone through an aux-in or Bluetooth in our new Toyota than through Entune on its nav screen.
Rear With Factory Electric Locker. Once the connector is removed you can remove the bulb. Instead of tucking the device under the console by the shifter I put velcro on the little Bluetooth receiver and attached it to the top of the radio behind the dash, there is plenty of room. I have contacted Vaistech and received recommendation. Please refer to the table below to find detailed comparison between these two products. Drilling a hole in the center console would have take too much time. Now, I installed mine a little differently.
The installation video was what made me buy the kit to begin with. Be sure to bring a bucket of money! Remove the bottom of the cover first and then slide the metal cover out from the top clip. I've read other threads that mention similar issues but nothing specific unless I can't find the thread. Each package includes one full interface kit with all cables included for most Lexus Toyota Factory radios What mode are you in? This works for iTunes playback as well as streaming Pandora. The control box for the bluetooth fits very well behind the screen.
This wire gives me 12v when the key is in the Acc or on position and nothing when the key is off. It has 153k miles and they are asking 11,500 for it. Thanks for anyone that has a more recent way for fixing this. It could not have been easier and it works well. Direct Mode - Control your iPhone manually while connected to factory radio to access and control all your iPod's content. It looks like it is in very good condition.
This gave me about 8 inches of slack so I can plug it in and place it in one of the cup holders. Easier to see and operate there. It probably took my an hour and a half but I was taking my time so as not to break anything. Hey Adey, I'm about to pick up an 03 gx with nav and was trying to find the adapter you picked up. Our units play all of your favorite jams in true digital quality sound.