JeffC said:Jaak's link worked for me.
When I installed the PAC NIS I did not remove the radio. Just remove the 2 panels below the radio and you can access the connectors fairly easily.
I removed the carpeted panel just forward of the panels mentioned above, and stored the PAC unit in there between the heater ducts.
Once the connections are made, you won't want to disconnect and reconnect, so decide where you are going to store the PAC before you connect it so that you can route the wires correctly.
On behalf of Generator:
Today I had the pleasant opportunity to meet up with EasternPA. He visited me so I could perform the install of the NONAG circuit. In what seems to be a ritual forming he showed up with a six pack of Hard Lemonade and Coronas. EasternPA Thanks! Just a word of advice though. It is best to leave the Coronas and Lemonade in the bag until the job is complete as I will expalin later.
Here are photos of me and EPA taking the radio and nav controls apart. Very simple procedure.
This is a photo of the electonics and a where the signal wire gets soldered. EasternPA was under the impression that the wire got soldered inside the radio. He was pleased to see that it all happens externally.
This is where we tapped the power from with two butt connectors.
This is where the situation got a liitle hairy. Of course boys will be boys. I was showing off the video and audio mods I did in my MO' while putting down some hard lemonade. EPA was showing off his AVelectronis units and putting down some Coronas. Needless to say it got dark real quick. The combination of darkness and drinking has me wiring like I was dyslexic. I wired his cigarette lighter backwards. I got quite a laugh when I put a meter to the outlet and found negative 12 volts there. Thank goodness the NAG circuit wasnt backwards or that thing would have taken a summer vacation. So let this be a lesson boys and girls. Dont drink and MO'.
jaak said:You could try a PM to Generator...
I don't see it either, but the thread for it is here NAV Disclaimer Screen Gone Forever....
Ahhh... Wait, have a look at this...