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    Carterville, IL, USA
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  • Present cars
    2001 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet Orient Red over Gray
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    2006 Acura TSX
  1. Sorry. I just fixed that bad link The entire install took 2 days (Sat and Sunday); but I am pretty meticulous and 65 years old so you can probably get done faster. I love the Avic Z120 It's sound shaping features add volume and depth to the stock amp. The video is not HD; but perfectly acceptable for a small screen. It took me a few days to get fully facile with all the manual and voice controls and the time lag for the Ipod dictionary to be reloaded after starting the car delays the ability to use voice commands on Ipod by several minutes. The screen also disappears if you're wearing po
  2. I am going to present the story of my installation of a Pioneer Avic Z120 BT navigation system into a 2001 Porsche 996. This car has the "premium' sound system with the separate non-Bose amp, non Bose speakers. It does not have the MOST bus. The install consisted of the Euro Motorspeed 99-01 PORSCHE 996 CARRERA DOUBLE DIN INSTALLATION, the Pioneer Avic Z120BT, and the Pioneer GEX P920XM XM radio tuner. There have been several changes and the details of manufacture of the chassis provided by Trieullionaire through his Euro Motorspeed company which sells on eBay. There h
  3. I followed these instructions and installed an Escort Passport 8500 X50 onto the non-auto-dim mirror of my 2001 Porsche 911 (996). It works perfectly and it is switched. in that it turns off when car is locked and on when car is unlocked. If car is left unlocked "If the ignition key is removed, loads which are switched on or in standby (e.g. power windows, luggage compartment lighting, interior light, radio) are automatically switched off after approximately 2 hours."
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