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Old 10-28-2013, 11:09 PM   #1
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Idatalink/Maestro MUS1 Dash kit install.

Hey guys. I've seen a lot of talk about the new Idatalink dash kit but nothing as far as installs go. I have my dash kit along with my Maestro ADS-MRR adapter coming in tomorrow. I have a Kenwood DNX9990HD HU waiting to go in. I'll be more than happy to update this thread with pictures through out the entire install. Probably starting around 5pm or so tomorrow EST. Just in case anyone was interested in the outcome and process Stay tuned!
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Hi Morgan...

I'm looking forward to this thread because I currently have the Maestro RR/Kenwood deck but I'm using a Metra dash kit and want to switch to this. I'm interested to see how it turns out.

Also, I'm hoping it's a typo but I noticed you said you were installing a DNX9990HD. If so, that's a 2012 model and does NOT have the climate controls built in. Again, hoping it's a typo but if not, you won't be able to use this deck with the ADS dash kit.
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Hi Morgan... I'm looking forward to this thread because I currently have the Maestro RR/Kenwood deck but I'm using a Metra dash kit and want to switch to this. I'm interested to see how it turns out. Also, I'm hoping it's a typo but I noticed you said you were installing a DNX9990HD. If so, that's a 2012 model and does NOT have the climate controls built in. Again, hoping it's a typo but if not, you won't be able to use this deck with the ADS dash kit.
I contacted Idatalink and asked them and they confirmed that this head unit still works with it. About to start the install so lets find out!
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Yes, it WILL work with the Maestro RR unit, but I don't think it'll work with the dash kit because all the climate controls will be accessed by the stereo. The 2012 Kenwood models do not have this option. I'm guessing iDataLink was assuming you were talking about the RR unit and not the dash kit.

Also note that if you have Sirius XM and want to keep it you will not have that ability with the 2012 Kenwood models because the Maestro RR unit takes up the port that the satellite radio would need to use.

I DO hope that I'm wrong here, but I've done a lot of research on this while upgrading the stereo in my Mustang and this is what I've run into.
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Yes, it WILL work with the Maestro RR unit, but I don't think it'll work with the dash kit because all the climate controls will be accessed by the stereo. The 2012 Kenwood models do not have this option. I'm guessing iDataLink was assuming you were talking about the RR unit and not the dash kit. Also note that if you have Sirius XM and want to keep it you will not have that ability with the 2012 Kenwood models because the Maestro RR unit takes up the port that the satellite radio would need to use. I DO hope that I'm wrong here, but I've done a lot of research on this while upgrading the stereo in my Mustang and this is what I've run into.
I messaged them and specifically asked every detail about the build. To which they responded that everything "would definitely work" so if I get halfway through this and find out otherwise I would be highly disappointed with their customer service. Especially with the price involved.
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This is what Idatalink sent me when I inquired about compatibility. So here's hoping!
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Okay! So end of the day synopsis. Sadly enough Double J was right and my head unit doesn't work. With that being said I'm attempting to return it and get a DNX890HD asap. I must say I'm highly disappointed with Maestro and their information at this point. After blatantly asking everything I needed (and being lied to about my head unit being compatible) they forgot to mention I would need a special harness for my ADS-MRR Module. So now I have to order that along with another HU. Soooo looks like progress is hauled due to this...will update when I restart.
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Sorry to hear man ;(

Don't give up on ADS customer service just yet. I've had great luck with them. I think either there was some miscommunication or you might have just gotten a newby that didn't know his stuff.

I will say though that this fact is very well documented out there with this dash kit. If you read the details on Crutchfield's site or ADS they specifically state that you will need a newer 2013 model Kenwood deck in order to work with all the features...specifically the Climate Controls.

Still looking forward to your install.
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Not to sound sarcastic or anything but I actually asked about this before Crutchfield had them for sale. Or before Kenwood had even updated their website about it. So all I had to go on was the answers I had from Idatalink. The only info available on it was the minimal info on their website. Oh well. Lesson learned. I still haven't received any updates from Idatalink but I have received an update from the place I bought my head unit. Looks like I'll be able to return it so this may end up being a far less expensive mistake than I originally thought.
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However Double J! I did snap a few shots of the MUS1 kit before install. Just so you can see what it's all about .
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Not to sound sarcastic or anything but I actually asked about this before Crutchfield had them for sale. Or before Kenwood had even updated their website about it. So all I had to go on was the answers I had from Idatalink. The only info available on it was the minimal info on their website. Oh well. Lesson learned. I still haven't received any updates from Idatalink but I have received an update from the place I bought my head unit. Looks like I'll be able to return it so this may end up being a far less expensive mistake than I originally thought.
Hi,

This is Mark from ADS. I am very sorry you were given the incorrect information. Not everyone in our team knows all the nuances of the various Kenwood radios. I hope you are able to get a DNX890 without any issues.

I am not sure what you mean by special harness, but you only need 3 things to make this install work:

1. Compatible radio - 2013 Kenwood DNX or DNN model
2. MUS1 - Mustang dash kit and harness package
3. ADS-MRR - the Maestro module

I am sorry this has been a pain, but happy to help you get er done and hope the results will be worth it.

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Hey Mark! I was referring to the ADS-HRN-FO1. Which basically saves you a ridiculous amount of time when wiring everything. I only discovered it's existence when I went to flash my RR module and it came up as a "recommended accessory" which when you start running everything it would have been a huge help to have.
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Hey Mark! I was referring to the ADS-HRN-FO1. Which basically saves you a ridiculous amount of time when wiring everything. I only discovered it's existence when I went to flash my RR module and it came up as a "recommended accessory" which when you start running everything it would have been a huge help to have.
A custom version of that harness is INCLUDED in the MUS1 kit. You can see it in your pictures (the bottom picture is this harness). It is different than the ADS-HRN(SR)-FOR01 because it has the extra plug needed to connect to the button bar in the kit. You DO NOT need the FO1 harness.

Hope this is clear.

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A custom version of that harness is INCLUDED in the MUS1 kit. You can see it in your pictures (the bottom picture is this harness). It is different than the ADS-HRN(SR)-FOR01 because it has the extra plug needed to connect to the button bar in the kit. You DO NOT need the FO1 harness. Hope this is clear. Cheers,
And so it is. Thank you for clearing that up for me!
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When are you doing the install? Please post pics and let us know how you like it.

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When are you doing the install? Please post pics and let us know how you like it. Cheers,
As soon as my new HU comes in!
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BOOM! How's THAT for customer service...ADS replying right to your post!?

Glad to hear that you'll be able to swap out your deck and get on with the install. I have a feeling you're going to love it! I know I do even without the MUS1 kit...I'm sure I'll love it even more when I trade up to that.

Those pics make me drool. It's so clean and OEM looking. I currently have the Metra touch screen kit and I do like it, but there's so much empty space that it just doesn't look right. I'm looking to sell that and go with the MUS1 kit. LOVE the looks!...and having the climate controls on the deck is a big plus.

Here's a clip of my current Metra setup just for reference...(Don't mind the crappy music in the background LOL)

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I am very interested in this as well.
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I am very interested in this as well.
Delivery is estimated at a week from today. So next wednesday. I have a few other pictures I took when I started. Just told hold everyone over. .
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Morgan, do you have SYNC in your car?
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Morgan, do you have SYNC in your car?
Nope. Stock V6.
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Ah ok, well that's one less thing you have to worry about. I was going to offer up some advice for finding the SYNC wire during install but don't have to worry about that.

When you run the two wires to the OBD connector for the Telemetry stuff, DO NOT use those crappy vampire connectors. Please learn from my experience here. I had to contort myself underneath my dash 3 times because I tried to make those stupid things work. Do yourself a favor and splice into the wires directly. If you do use wire taps, the ONLY wire tapping connector I would recommend ,and I would have used myself if I could find them locally, is the POSI-TAP connectors. Those are the real deal and work flawlessly.

That's my .02 cents for the day
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Antenna Adapter

Capn Morgan - If you want to retain your OEM radio antenna, you will also need an adapter from your factory plug to the Kenwood HU (I have the DNX890HD)...you can get an adapter at Autozone or Advance Auto Parts for around $10...I picked mine up at Autozone, part # AW-CR10...I don't remember who makes the adapter, but it will be easy to determine once you get there and look. I finished my install yesterday and am very please with it's operation. Here are a few pics.

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Ah ok, well that's one less thing you have to worry about. I was going to offer up some advice for finding the SYNC wire during install but don't have to worry about that. When you run the two wires to the OBD connector for the Telemetry stuff, DO NOT use those crappy vampire connectors. Please learn from my experience here. I had to contort myself underneath my dash 3 times because I tried to make those stupid things work. Do yourself a favor and splice into the wires directly. If you do use wire taps, the ONLY wire tapping connector I would recommend ,and I would have used myself if I could find them locally, is the POSI-TAP connectors. Those are the real deal and work flawlessly. That's my .02 cents for the day
Agree totally...I stripped back the 2 wires about 1/3 of an inch, soldered the two kit wires onto the OBD wires, wrapped with electrical tape and then used a zip tie on the tape to ensure it won't unwrap. This will ensure you have no loose connections now and in the long-term.
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Agree totally...I stripped back the 2 wires about 1/3 of an inch, soldered the two kit wires onto the OBD wires, wrapped with electrical tape and then used a zip tie on the tape to ensure it won't unwrap. This will ensure you have no loose connections now and in the long-term.
For all of my connections I use these. You can pick them up at any hardware store and they work muuuuch better than just using electrical tape. Strip the wire back a little and put it in the connector and use a wire crimp to crimp the connector. Best way imo
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For all of my connections I use these. You can pick them up at any hardware store and they work muuuuch better than just using electrical tape. Strip the wire back a little and put it in the connector and use a wire crimp to crimp the connector. Best way imo
You did read I soldered the wires, right? I didn't use "just" electrical tape. that wouldn't be a very secure connection.
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You did read I soldered the wires, right? I didn't use "just" electrical tape. that wouldn't be a very secure connection.
Whoops. I actually forgot to include the picture of what I use. It's still too early lol. These are still easier and quicker than solder
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Whoops. I actually forgot to include the picture of what I use. It's still too early lol. These are still easier and quicker than solder
The butt splice doesn't work for attaching the kit wires to the OBD wires, at least not very well...you don't cut the OBD wires. Hopefully you haven't cut yours
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The butt splice doesn't work for attaching the kit wires to the OBD wires, at least not very well...you don't cut the OBD wires. Hopefully you haven't cut yours
Correct. I also use butt connectors when attaching two cut wires when I can't get my soldering iron in there however, you will not be cutting the wires on the OBD plug when you run those 2 wires from the HU. You will need to "splice" into the existing wires. A butt connector will not work in this instance. If you were hell bent on using the butt connector, I suppose you could cut the OBD wires and insert the HU wires along with the OBD wires in one end and then the other side of the OBD wire on the other end and crimp.
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Hey guys. Got my new radio today. Ran my harness and plugged it in to see this...huge props to UPS for their excellent shipping! 2 more weeks now...cool.
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NOOOOOOO! Awe man of all the luck. Sorry to hear.
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That is truly a bummer. I just ordered my setup today! Can't wait to get it.

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Wow man that sucks but please keep us updated I want to do this to my car to, question...the dash kit removes the climate control?
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Wow man that sucks but please keep us updated I want to do this to my car to, question...the dash kit removes the climate control?
I plan on continuing the thread as soon as I get a replacement. But to answer your question yes. It removes the climate controls and puts them on to your radio. Very neat and clean and that's why you can only use certain Kenwood radios.
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I plan on continuing the thread as soon as I get a replacement. But to answer your question yes. It removes the climate controls and puts them on to your radio. Very neat and clean and that's why you can only use certain Kenwood radios.
Thank you and that is very nice that's the way my buddies fullyloaded FX4 is but came stock like that
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