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Old 11-17-2013, 12:24 AM
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Yeah that should be it. Should plug right into the amp.
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Okay so I feel really dumb right now the whole time I thought it plugs in into that white connector...so its the amp not the connector then...wow
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Sorry - misread this last night. The plug in the photo is where you'll plug in the module. Then just ground the harness on the amp.
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Jesus Christ I feel so dumb rightnow hahaha. anyway it is working now...I kept hitting the radio but it didn't work the CD button worked I have it on AUX gotta say the sound quality is better than CD player!


So for the candian guys if your car got the plug in the back it will also work! hope I can help someone else with this since I did a lot of re search to do this.
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Bringing this thread back again as I am currently doing this, I didnt see any mention of bolt/screw size used for the ground wire in the trunk, I cant seem to find a size that will both fit the ground tab and securely thread into one of the holes in the frame.. input?
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Bringing this thread back again as I am currently doing this, I didnt see any mention of bolt/screw size used for the ground wire in the trunk, I cant seem to find a size that will both fit the ground tab and securely thread into one of the holes in the frame.. input?
I used a bolt/lockwasher/nut that was a little smaller than the hole in the trunk sheet metal that was nearby. If I recall, the sheet metal was painted so you may need to scratch a bit around the grounding tab to make good contact.
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Does anyone have any suggestions for removing the clips that support the upper and back panels of the trunk? They're the ones GreenPengiun mentions in his first post (picstures #2 and 3). I can kind of get them unhinged but can't get them to come out on the rear trunk panel. I have no idea what's a good way to access the ones that hold the upper panel in place... there's barely any room there to slot in a flat-head.
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Does anyone have any suggestions for removing the clips that support the upper and back panels of the trunk? They're the ones GreenPengiun mentions in his first post (picstures #2 and 3). I can kind of get them unhinged but can't get them to come out on the rear trunk panel. I have no idea what's a good way to access the ones that hold the upper panel in place... there's barely any room there to slot in a flat-head.
Are you talking about the round black push-clips? I don't remember any other clips in theree. These were pretty easy to take out. Look at them closely, you'll see that they are in two pieces. An inner pin pushes into an outer ring. Use a thin blade like a jackknife between the pin and the ring to pop it out about half an inch, then pull both pieces out with your fingers.

The key is popping the inner pin out of the ring half an inch before pulling it all out.
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Does anyone have any suggestions for removing the clips that support the upper and back panels of the trunk? They're the ones GreenPengiun mentions in his first post (picstures #2 and 3). I can kind of get them unhinged but can't get them to come out on the rear trunk panel. I have no idea what's a good way to access the ones that hold the upper panel in place... there's barely any room there to slot in a flat-head.
Those are the nasty clips. They actually have a specialty tool for them, and I know why. They are the nasty clips. See the post linked below for a pic of the clip you're dealing with and read the thread for how I got them out. I'm sure there's a better bailing wire and bubble gum method than mine, but that's how I did it.

http://panoramic-3d.ru/forums/audio-v...ml#post6735054
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Those are the nasty clips. They actually have a specialty tool for them, and I know why. They are the nasty clips. See the post linked below for a pic of the clip you're dealing with and read the thread for how I got them out. I'm sure there's a better bailing wire and bubble gum method than mine, but that's how I did it.

http://panoramic-3d.ru/forums/audio-v...ml#post6735054
Wow, thanks for the tip. So, once I manage to get them loose I just need to keep pulling? It almost feels like I'll break something because they're so stubborn.
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Yep just keep pulling. You're sure to break something...it will be either your skin or a knuckle. But the nasty clip will be fine.
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Just wanted to add my two cents since I am looking into doing this.

1) My SAT connector is located at the top passenger side, not at the bottom as shown in the photo.

2) if you are removing the back seat you might want to consider tightening up the "X" brace while you are in there as it is known to sometimes start squeaking. DIY here >>> http://panoramic-3d.ru/forums/g35-sed...-creaking.html

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Hey guys, I'm trying to install this on my 06 coupe and I'm having issues. The iPod won't even detect that it's connected (doesn't charge). I have set the switches to ABC setting and I tried the others but no luck. Sometimes the iPod will detect but not I can't select it on the head unit. The iPod displays "Ford" and "ok to disconnect now".

I'm really g35ting frustrated because I don't see what's wrong. I've been working on it for 2 days and it should take 5 minutes to connect everything.

Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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