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Old 06-15-2012, 02:13 AM   #1
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Help with after market headunit

I recently upgraded my shaker 500 to a Pioneer Avic-x930bt. Everything is hooked up correctly but the bass sounds like absolute garbage! I read in a couple places that a 5v regulator is needed to get rid of a popping sound when the car is turned on or off, but I don't have that popping sound at all. Do I still need to install the regulator to get it to sound better? I'm debating on taking the Avic out and going back to the shaker if I can't get this right...
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Old 06-15-2012, 09:40 AM   #2
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Re: Help with after market headunit

did you but this install kit,
PAC C2R-FRD1 Radio Replacement Interface for Ford

if not that is the problem
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did you but this install kit,
PAC C2R-FRD1 Radio Replacement Interface for Ford

if not that is the problem
I got it working finally! Now when I do the bypass, does the harness that the mute wire is in get connected to anywhere? Or no?
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No unless you have a phone connecting to it... Or there is a mute button on your steering wheel!
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No unless you have a phone connecting to it... Or there is a mute button on your steering wheel!
My phone is connected thru Bluetooth that's all....forgive me lol im new at this...and I figured out what was wrong with the subs. The amp wire on the connector was broke right out of the package and best buy gave me a new one free 👍
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Haha that's good and no your mute wire you do not need at all!
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