|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-09-2018 01:08 PM|
|RoLleRKoaSTeR||Yes, the faceplate will be needed, but I only used the left and right brackets. I did not use the "ring" plate.|
|06-06-2018 05:50 PM|
Originally Posted by TubeMan View Post
|06-06-2018 01:48 PM|
|TubeMan||Wish I could help you more, but this looks way too complicated since the parts are being purchased individually. You could always try contacting the radio manufacturer and ask them what you'd need for an installation.|
|06-04-2018 10:13 PM|
|greatdane68||I'm ordering everything from Crutchfield. They send you everything you need for a perfect install.|
|06-03-2018 11:57 PM|
Do I need the faceplate thing?
Metra 95-8265HG 2-Din Dash Kit for Select Toyota CH-R 2018-Up
|06-03-2018 11:45 PM|
Help on radio replacement required parts
Just confirming, I've read through Jadehawk, Bilt, and other's posts, and kind of got the gist of it. But still, since everyone is using different things, I'm a little scared.
So what I have thus far:
idatalink Maestro RR
What I still need (?):
1. Metra 40-LX11 Antenna Adaptor Cable - Select 2009-Up Lexus/Toyota (To get radio reception)
2. iDatalink Maestro ADS-HRN-RR-TO1 TO1 Plug & Play T-Harness for Toyota Vehicles (bilt confirmed that maestro works with it now)
3. AXXESS AX-TOYUSB - USB-Auxilliary Retention Harness - USB adaptor to retain the OE USB in select Toyota vehicles (so the center console usb stays working)
4. Axxess AX-TOY28SWC Steering Wheel Controller Add-On Harness with RCA and 28-Pin Connector for Toyota Vehicles (from evilbass correspondence with maestro people.)
5. Wiring diagram on chr?
Am I missing anything?