Frontin said:wtf is a speed sensing wire. your installing a deck? that doesnt even sound like it goes to the deck.
This may have been covered on this board before but, there is no VSS on the Frontier. No vehicle speed sensor exists. The ABS control unit gets wheel speed from the 4 wheel speed sensors and passes that to the instrument cluster which converts the raw data into vehicle speed using a formula that is pre-programmed into it and then your speedo gauge moves. There is no speed sensor and therefore no sensor wire to tap into. You may want to contact Pioneer to see what else you can do as far as installation.Jasonet23 said:Has anyone been able to locate to speed sensing wire in our trucks?[06 CC] Any help would be great. Thanks
And the 2v pre-outs. I looked at this UNIT really hard, before settling on my Kenwood and the final straw for me to NOT get it was the 2v pre-outs. Now, if you care very little about music quality, then not a deal-killer for you (obviously, since you bought it ) but the only DVD/Nav Unit I could find that met all my requirements was the Eclipse and at $1699 on EBAY (like $2500 retail) I couldn't justify it.Jasonet23 said:Any one looking at replacing thier stock unit i def recommend the avic, its nice. The only thing i dont like is the ipod interface, but i hear there is a new one comin out this year.
Hey, Jason,Jasonet23 said:I will post some pics , probably on friday when i get everything finished up. It looks great, like it came from the factory. I am very happy with the sound although now i want an amp and sub. I also looked at the eclispe and kenwood. I would have loved to have dvd but i can always hook up a dvd player and put in in the glove box. I have the sirius and ipod[i pod in the top glove box]. I got a great deal on everything from ebay and with doin the install myself it really didnt cost that much. I Will get some pics up soon.