This is an AM/FM cassette head unit and is designed to work with the factory multi-disc CD changer
in models equipped with premium sound.
Unit has been sitting for 5 years but just recently installed to make sure everything works perfectly.
$35 shipped USA only.
You will have to visit a local locksmith with the programing, do not see a dealer, they will **** you.
For using the key part, they will have to check the cuts on the key and your key to see if they can trim it down.
Do not go to a dealer, find a local locksmith that has the programing equipment.
It will save you about $40-$50
Since you have one left it should only cost you about $75 (more or less on location)
Those numbers on the tag are for the dealer when you have no keys left.
I would say kinda sorta but not really, and not sure if it will fit where you want.
I think the bare minimum would be the black unit seen here in my pic, fastened by the four nickel screws.
But I also do not know if the led screen can be flipped.
Maybe down in the space next to the cig...
Ok so my friend gives me the connector and says this is how it came, that the junkyard ripped out everything.
I've looked over numerous threads about doing the install and before I go messing with the datalink connector and mess up my system.
I'd like to see if any of you have an Evic that...
I'm up in Goshen all the time, was just there last weekend,
I lived in Middletown for a few years back in the early 90's.
Any chance you know a nice legal spot to get your KJ dirty?
Also next time I'm up there and if you still have it, I'm interested in that hook.