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Old 08-25-2012, 01:22 PM
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Hey, I just installed my pa15-infi(easy setup), now my last question is: Is there a way to display the song title, artist, song, etc.?
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Hey, I just installed my pa15-infi(easy setup), now my last question is: Is there a way to display the song title, artist, song, etc.?
i believe it just push and display for a short second or so that's all.
Old 09-23-2012, 01:57 AM
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if i get the PA15-NIS does it connect to the HU or somewhere in the trunk? I dont want the PA-15-INFI cause it goes in the trunk
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if i get the PA15-NIS does it connect to the HU or somewhere in the trunk? I dont want the PA-15-INFI cause it goes in the trunk
PA15-NIS = back of the headunit.
PA15-INFI = trunk connector.
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Pa-15 nis>pa-infi. I have the infi one. Wish I bought the nis tho.
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i need to hurry and get one of those adaptors for the iphone5
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Pa-15 nis>pa-infi. I have the infi one. Wish I bought the nis tho.
They're identical except for how they interface - back of radio or at the trunk. -INFI doesn't require removal of the radio.
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i copped the -NIS one its in LA right now, I cant wait!
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so i just got the -NIS one and haven't found a DYI for the coupe including removal of the radio unit. can someone point me to a goo vid out there they found useful. i've reread the sedan one a whole lot of times
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I succesfully installed the -NIS in my '04 Coupe. <<< follow this guide to remove your dash
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so i just got the -NIS one and haven't found a DYI for the coupe including removal of the radio unit. can someone point me to a goo vid out there they found useful. i've reread the sedan one a whole lot of times
It's identical to remove the radio, regardless of sedan/coupe.
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thanks i appreciate it. i have an 05 6mt. do i still have to go thru the trouble of removing the vents?
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No sir, that guide is made for replacing faceplates, you just need to follow the steps until you can access the back of the radio
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thanks i appreciate it. i have an 05 6mt. do i still have to go thru the trouble of removing the vents?
03-04s have to remove a lot more. 05+ are easy:
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thanks for the help men. i did it this afternoon. major frustration was finding a place to tuck that bulky pas-nis. i wish they can make it more sleek. after maybe 30mins of trying i fit it snuggly behind the ashtray for easy access to change the switches and stuff. already i love the sound input but hate the no txt display since i don't have sat. over all a good mod.

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