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Old 07-31-2008, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How to install new Radio/CD Player

This may be somewhere on this forum, but I searched and searched and never found the information I was looking for. If anyone's looking for a good pictorial "how to," here 's the one I found. Not to mention, the "helper" is easy on the eyes.
http://www.starmanage.com/installati.../IMG_3962.html
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Old 07-31-2008, 09:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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shes the tacotunes.com gal.




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Old 08-01-2008, 01:37 AM   #4 (permalink)
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LOL I like how they snuck in the tacotunes URL on the bottom of her shirt...im guessing most guys never even look that far down.

Heres the actual link to the readme, not to a single boobie shot:

http://www.starmanage.com/installati...ash/index.html

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LOL I like how they snuck in the tacotunes URL on the bottom of her shirt...im guessing most guys never even look that far down.

Heres the actual link to the readme, not to a single boobie shot:

http://www.starmanage.com/installati...ash/index.html
I gotta admit, I never looked to closely at that part of her shirt!!! Actually, if you notice, the link I provided was to "step one." There are arrows above the photo to the following slide(s). I didn't realize there was a thumbnail view until you posted up (pays to pay attention!). Regardless, I think it's a helpful "how to" for do it yourselfers like me. Cheers!
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I gotta admit, I never looked to closely at that part of her shirt!!! Actually, if you notice, the link I provided was to "step one." There are arrows above the photo to the following slide(s). I didn't realize there was a thumbnail view until you posted up (pays to pay attention!). Regardless, I think it's a helpful "how to" for do it yourselfers like me. Cheers!
Its the exact place i got my instructions to install my dash kit just over a month ago!
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Ya and because shes the tacotunes girl shes gets hooked up with all sorts of car audio stuff and i've seen her cardomain she has a pretty sick taco!!!!
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Btw one quick question. I have a new head unit, but havent installed it yet. My question is that i am planning on adding subs to my system soon, should i intall the HU now and then wait for the subs or should i install all at once? Is there any problem to installing the rest of the system later?
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Btw one quick question. I have a new head unit, but havent installed it yet. My question is that i am planning on adding subs to my system soon, should i intall the HU now and then wait for the subs or should i install all at once? Is there any problem to installing the rest of the system later?
Install the HU first. Without the HU, you won't have a signal to send to the subs. And line out converters are a PITA.
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Install the HU first. Without the HU, you won't have a signal to send to the subs. And line out converters are a PITA.
I Agree... I would also install the RCA and remote wire and drop them behind the deck and then underthe carpet so you don't have to pull the deck when you get your subs just run the wires and go!!
make sure you tape the tips up just as a precaution...
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