Do I have to take the dash off to do that? Sorry I'm new to all this. I'd hate to scratch the dash again as fibrenew did an amazing job fixing it.dna59 said:Actually you can use the same kit, just flip it over. I actually did it like that in a Sport Trac that I put a flip out monitor in.
Nope. You should be able to reach up there from the passenger side under the dash and push it out that way. In fact, I can't think of a reason for there to be any scratches on your dash since the kit doesn't require you to remove the dash bezel to install (unless that's an odd adapter kit).webjay said:Do I have to take the dash off to do that? Sorry I'm new to all this. I'd hate to scratch the dash again as fibrenew did an amazing job fixing it.
Yeah I took it to a so called professional installer as i was worried about scratching below the bezel. They scratched the hell out of it anyway.TZona said:did you scratch below the bezel from the clip? who repaired it? how much?
Thanks for the input! Any chance you could post a photo of your install? I am looking to add to my setup as everything else is all stock. The sound is ok but could be a lot better.ICEMAN84 said:I installed the same H/U myself in my '02 escape. I also installed a 10" Pioneer sub with 1000 watt amp and 4 Alpine Reference series speakers on an Alpine 300 watt amp. The good thing about this H/U that most don't have is the dynamic sub control on the unit. With this, when you turn the volume down, the amount of bass going through the sub goes down. This means that when you turn the volume down, the loud bass goes down so you don't hear all bass when the volume is low. You can also opt to disengage the dynamic sub control as well. With all the other little upgrades over previous IDX units, this is the best one to buy for the money. Overall, I love my H/U. As for the dash kit, I would get a Scosch kit. They are better made IMHO...