I used the Metra ford/merc/Lincoln double din dash kit from Crutchfield, p/n 120955812. It's like $10.Looks nice. What dash adapter is needed to make it fit nicely like that?
I am using an iPhone 5s. Integration with the unit is amazing. I bought this receiver specificly for the Spotify integration and it works flawlessly. My camera is broken because I dropped it in the calf pens and a steer stepped on it just right, so all the glass and lens are missing lol.what phone are you using with it?
Pretty sure the HU will in fact display tire pressure info just through the Maestro as that information is available on the network the Maestro plugs into (no OBD required).Thanks - I was hoping that I could get at least the TPMS readout of all the tire pressures onto the HU using the maestro - offhand, I don't know if the CTS2 will display that or not. I'll prob try to just tap those two wires and see if it will work with the CTS2 hooked up.
For the sync - do you know where the stock system gets the mic from? I know the Kenwood unit has it's own, but like you I'd rather not have to install it if I don't have to.
I'm sorry I haven't been on in a week or so.Heleonardman - What all did you have to purchase as extras to be able to use the AVH-x5800BHS with all of the sync and controls?