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Ehh it really doesn't seem that hard to do and trust me its worth it. Long drives are awesome when you can watch movies lol. You can do all the relay wiring right there in the harness
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The green wire is what I was trying to think of.
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i guess i'll see how it looks when i get the headunit in lol. and i know, i'll watch the DVD's if i have someone else with me on a long drive. usually not by myself though
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What you can do is just wire the green wire to a ground with a switch in between. On that unit it will only play dvds if the wire is grounded after the unit is on so a delay has to be put it on. So just flip the switch twice after the unit is on and your good to go.
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thats true, guess i can give it a try.

can't wait to get this head unit in!!
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ordered the pioneer! now the wait begins!
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wow sorry i missed this thread. which one you end up going with?
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this one

Pioneer AVH-P4200DVD DVD receiver at Crutchfield Signature

got it for 100 bucks less from another site. lol

and the scosche double din install kit got here today. now just waiting for the reciever!
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good deal man, I have the 3100 and I love it.
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I bought a Scosche kit to install a single din into my 02 B2300.

The thing isn't even close to fitting. I checked three times, and it says 97+ B2300's, but the kit is too big and won't fit into the opening.

Can someone point me in the right direction?
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The opening has to be modded slightly. Have you tried a search here??



GB :)
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