Well if you need any help there are a couple of people here who have put this in EcoDave has put in two.I got the PAC (this thing is huge!) and the Headlight Harness in, so I am going to try and tackle these this weekend, assuming I can find all the connectors I need...
If you put it behind the spoy were the PDIM is theres a nice opening there, that's were I have mine I will take pictures tonight since I still have everything apart.If only they lived closer to Atlanta LOL
I will ask questions if I run into any, for sure. I think that I might extend the wires on the PAC in order to put it somewhere there is more room, instead of trying to cram it behind the headunit.
Ok, cool. I will have to check that out, if it saves me time by not having to lengthen the wires then I am all for it.If you put it behind the spoy were the PDIM is theres a nice opening there, that's were I have mine I will take pictures tonight since I still have everything apart.
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Very cool, thanks! This will help me out.Sorry for the messiness in the pictures i was in a hurry because i was also doing alignments while installing all of this.
That is where I was originally thinking, but I was going to extend the wires some so I could put it a little further behind the Glove Box where there might be more room.The other location is to the right of the stereo, above the glove box. it is a tight squeez getting it in but it is a perfect fit.
I read that in your how-to, which is why I thought about extending them in the first placeIf you extend the wires at all I would suggest adding velcrow to hold it in place, with the wires being pulled tight it stays in position really well, but I will warn you it's a tight pull on the wires and getting the radio back in is very tricky. But it will go with a little finesse.
That is pretty cool! I might have to try that.So if you are looking a great spot for the remote I found Ahiru's build page who put in the center counsel so its hidden. I followed his idea and I would recommend it 100%. Hopefully these links will work. If not look at his build on page 7. http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/94-cruze-owner-projects/12604-ahirus-cruze-build-7.html
LOL the backseat has to be one of the easiest pieces I have had to remove for this install yet...Sounds like you will be an expert on pulling the seat apart before too long...