On 3/13/06 6:45 PM, in article umoRf.30793$dg.19040@clgrps13, "Brian Smith"
Well, there's your answer. My Infinitis have both the back window and an
antenna whip. My Nissans have the whip. My '00 Acura TL just has the back
window wire. There are certain places I go where the Nissans get good
reception and the TL gets nothing.
True, but within a few months there always an aftermarket kit to allow
Worst case I ever worked on was a friend's grand am which had the interior
lighting controlled by the radio! We ended up pulling the circuit board from
the radio, connected it to the factory harness just to controll the lighting
and stuffed it behind the dash
I've never seen any hondas that pulled that crap. Replacing them is usually a
30 minute job including making up a harness adapter.
Right, I suffered through one of those Civics. An installer paralleled the
new radio in with the stock unit.
Speaking of the complaints about current Accord radios... what have they
done since 2004? The one in my non-Nav '04 4-cyl is great.
i dont know how some of the new toyotas and fords are going to fare. a
lot of em look like it *is* only one panel for all the controls. then
what? are skosche and ai going to have a kit that includes a whole panel?
the civics with the factory alarm. pure boneheadedness.
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