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How to install a GPS Pioneer AVIC D3BT on Vito

TUTORIAL for installing a GPS Pioneer AVIC D3BT on Vito

I had promised, after installing the HP modif spacers, that the installation of double din GPS Pioneer ...
Configuration before: Radio CD iPod + Parrot hands free kit + GPS phone. Lots of yarn, not too friendly ...
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Removing the radio and CD kit Parrot
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Removing the original frame (no screws, just a screwdriver on the side undoes the notches for plastics)
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Remove the old double DIN bracket (4 screws)
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Place the microphone (it's a version with optional Bluetooth AVIC) and cause the wire behind the amount of plastic that frames the door
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After taking the proper guidance (this is not a simple thing with Pioneer ...),
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We ask and we set the frame that will keep the GPS Avic D3BT
. It connects the pin on the pioneer radio harness mercedes, and it brings all the necessary son. It also takes the opportunity to plug the CPU power supply bluetooth on an electrical control of the radio beam (like power antenna)
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Then tested by connecting the AVIC everything works (storage, GPS, IPOD control, bluetooth phone) because it does no good to erect and dismantle the system too frequently ...
Pn pushes the GPS location
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AND it's done after resting the framework provided by Pioneer (cache screws) then the original Mercedes part.
That
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We get a navigation system integrated double-DIN
Touch Screen
DivX DVD Player
IPOD jack with control on the touchscreen
Radio
CD
TMC
radar sets to integrate with the site alertegps.com
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