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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
 
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Pioneer GEX-P920XM

Those of you who've installed it, where in the car did you put the unit and the antenna? Trying to see if I have to run the lines all the way to the trunk or maybe there is a better option.

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Ask member LS2 MN6. Not sure why but, for some reason, I recall him having that unit in his car. The mind can be a strange thing sometimes.......

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I mounted the antenna on the roof centered just above the back glass, used a credit card and pushed the wire under the weather strip and ran all the way up and came in the drivers door jam and in through the loom that goes to the door, the module will fit under the center console just behind the shifter, on a m6 idk about a auto car...The pioneer Bluetooth module is even larger, it was the pain to find a place for it
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Thanks. It hopefully it makes it easier to install in front. Fortunately I don't have to deal with the BT module. You just tapped the yellow wire to the yellow on the harness?

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I do have that unit!

I mounted mine on the trunk decklid just behind the CHMSL. I ran the cable from the XM Module (which is mounted in the trunk), up the gooseneck (ziptying it to the existing bundle, and then wrapping it back around under the felt on the trunk lid. The weather stripping of the trunk does let a tiny bit of water in if you directly spray that location, otherwise no leaks to speak of.

I can take a picture of my mounting location if you so need it.
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I do have that unit!

I mounted mine on the trunk decklid just behind the CHMSL. I ran the cable from the XM Module (which is mounted in the trunk), up the gooseneck (ziptying it to the existing bundle, and then wrapping it back around under the felt on the trunk lid. The weather stripping of the trunk does let a tiny bit of water in if you directly spray that location, otherwise no leaks to speak of.

I can take a picture of my mounting location if you so need it.
Could you please? Much appreciated. Also the yellow wire, did you tap that into the yellow wire of the harness bundle at the tail light?

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Could you please? Much appreciated. Also the yellow wire, did you tap that into the yellow wire of the harness bundle at the tail light?
The yellow wire runs to the front to the HU. The ground wire is tapped into the tail light ground. I'll try to get the picture tomorrow.
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Most awesome. Thanks.

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the yellow wire is intended to be ran to the yellow wire in the radio harness, however any constant positive will work. it has to be a constant to keep the memory in the tuner.
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Okay. Got it, thanks.

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