The new Car DVD GPS Player with Bluetooth
Remove the old CD PLayer and panel board
Removing the crossbeam with a hand saw.
After removal you will see this:
Connect the cables from the new DVD GPS unit with the original cables from the car. There is no special plug or harness involved. Instead of cutting the original plug off, I connected the new wiring directly to the back of the plug. The advantage of this is if there is any problem with the New DVD GPS, it is easy to change it back to the old CD player if required.
When connecting the speaker cables, pay close attention to the positive and negative connections.
As you can see, the Car DVD GPS has a different size from the old CD player.
Since the new DVD GPS is shorter than the old CD, I made a bracket from stainless steel.
The bracket is now installed.
The problem now is how to deal with the front panel.
The only choice was to cut it. Be sure to measure carefully first.
Cutting the the front panel again with the handsaw.
The FM radio antenna of the New DVD GPS:
I bought an adaptor for the connector.
No problem now.
Here is the finished installation, but it is a little ugly.
I made a front panel bezel from stainless steel and will attach it to the old one with a strong adhesive.
The completed front panel bezel.
Make sure to run the GPS antenna wire behind the glove box.
Saw a hole in the rear bumper.
Dismantle the taillight and connect the cables. The yellow one belongs to Car DVD GPS, the black one belongs to rearview camera.
Push the cables through the back of the taillight. (you may have to take apart some of the trunk )
Run the cables come under the rear seat.
Installation is now complete.
Power on the New DVD GPS.
The main menu.
Infrared rearview camera.
Begin to play.
Choose your user language for the GPS