Originally Posted by STxTaco
Got all the way to the end with a backup camera not working and one of four bolts that secures the HU didn't survive....I stripped the threads. I also need to run cables for near future addition of an amplifier and new speakers, GPS and XM antennas as well as the wire to the reverse camera.
I decided to take it in to a professional installer to finish the job. I did good....but...not quite perfect. Knowing that I soldered every single wire connection and heat shrunk almost all of the soldered connections gives me a good feeling about the final product.
It was definitely a learning experience....but I will pay to have it done next time.
Cant say I blame you. Did you see my other comments in another thread where I came to the same exact conclusion? I've done installs in all my previous vehicles but with this one I threw in the towel out of frustration just trying to make the unit fit. Gotta say the pros were definitely worth the cost, especially as the work is warrantied for life and if something goes wrong I can take it back.
I love the radio too. You made a good choice.