Would anyone know how to do this?
LOL,as a former vibe owner I visit that sit a lot of good info over there thanks.urbanmonkeygod04 said:There's a thread over on GenVibe.com that details somebody's iPod mod in their Vibe . . . probably fairly similar in its execution in a Redline. Give me a moment, I'll find the link . . .
LINK it up baby:
(I'm not sure which of these is the most helpful, they're all greek to me, I'm NOT an electrically adept person!)
IMHO I think the iPod would fit AND look good in that little storage space to the left of the steering wheel.
Don't forget though that the head units in the RL's claim to have "mp3" capability . . . I don't own my redline yet (soon, soon, I pray) so I haven't tried it out, but it could mean not having to fool around with installing an iPod
Figure it would be nice to share the info with all of you. Diagram does not tell you the exact location of the pin in the harness (ie pin 43 or grey wire) but the schematic should help you figure it out.jonboy said:
Actually, my buddy bought the AirPlay off their site and the damn thing overpowers radio stations when its within 5 feet of the receiver. When we tune it to a blank station I can pick it up in my car over 50 feet away with no distortion. Beyond 55 feet their is distortion when turned up and past 60 ft its garbage. But when it's in the car, you'd think it was a cd its that good.amishland said:The radio transmitter things are garbage dont even bother.