Yes, been awhile since I did mine. Forgot about disabling the Bluetooth in the factory head unit. Good catch.Before you pull your stock head u it out, if it has sync be sure to go through the settings menu on it and disable Bluetooth. This will remove the annoying dialog from the maestro it receives from sync about no Bluetooth connection even if you are Bluetooth connected to the new head unit.
That whole kit is mostly plug and play. 2 hours top I think. Easy install.
The 4200 is a bit old now but works fine. I have it and wish I had a newer head unit with wireless CarPlay but it isn’t required. You’ll like it and it’s cheaper now I’m sure.
I agree about the 2 port usb like in the picture. Works great.
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One of the only things I don't like about the install is that the unit sits in line with the dash. This results in some glare when the sun is just right. Before I quit making Kydex holsters I should have put together a sun shield. It wouldn't have to be much and I think Kydex would have been the perfect material for it. Might have to find a scrap piece to try out.