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SOLD: 2014 Entune Plus Headunit

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by UTKSmokey, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. Jun 30, 2014 at 6:34 PM
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    I am selling a Entune Plus headunit from a 2014 Tacoma. This will include the mounting kit in the pictures. Price is $SOLD or best offer w/ shipping included (if $SOLD is too much make an offer). Paypal only. You can check it out on ebay. PM me with any questions.

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  2. Jul 1, 2014 at 6:24 PM
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    BUMP for the day if you have an offer make me one.
     
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    Does this have navigation and all the bells and whistles? Will it hook up toa 2011 JBL system with a little fine tuning on the wiring? :D
     
  6. Jul 3, 2014 at 9:45 PM
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    No it does not have navigation but is a pretty sweet unit I just really wanted the navigation feature. It will show traffic in your area and weather (temps and forecast) via HD Radio and it can stream bluetooth from your phone if you get a bluetooth kit. When connected it will stream music, show texts, and even has on-screen buttons for quick dialing certain numbers.
    As far as what wiring would be needed:

    "Here is what you would need if you have a Tacoma that is 2011 or older:

    for basic functionality (radio) you need a metra 40-LX21 antenna adapter. Crutchfield $9.99 or Bestbuy delivered to store for $12.99.
    If you want the Bluetooth connectivity you need Toyota Bluetooth mic kit PT546-74120, $41.40 from midatlantictoyotaparts.com and a 28-pin conversion harness PT546-00120 $29.66 at toyotapartsworld.com. The install is very simple plug and play once you have these parts.

    For the 2012 all you need is the 28-pin conversion harness and the antenna adapter.

    For a 2013 nothing additional is needed, completely plug and play."

    I found this after a quick look in the forum.
    JBL Edit: From what I remember reading somewhere buried in the forum the speaker hookups may need some wiring attention also
     
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