It's a very basic install, and with some bending around and skilled fingers you don't even have to remove the radio to get the AUX to hook to the radio.howardpm said:How do you have that plugged in? With some cable going to the Aux Input? Hmm might have to pay to get an AUX input installed.
Yup, go with the aux input. I'd also give some thought to the Euro shelf , if you don't already have it. Great place to mount an additional power outlet and the aux jack.howardpm said:So I did a pretty good job of hiding the antenna wire around and under the dash, I can't find a good location to mount the Roady that doesn't look to retarded. Any suggestions? Also I'm starting to dislike the wireless RF thing, every day I gotta switch to a different channel cause it seems to lose what it was doing. I might bite the bullet and go to tweeter and let them figure it out.
Roady has a miniature jack output port that you connect to the aux. It's just like connecting a tuner to an amp in a home stereo system..only with smaller cable.howardpm said:How does the AUX input work? Guess I gotta get the dealer to install one, looks like they charge 40 bucks. What connects to the roady 2 to the AUX input?
mui said:I tried and tried to get my Roady2 vent mounted and boy am I glad I was unsuccessful. I was about to give up when I saw a can of Minwax spray polyurethane on a shelf in my garage...the cap fit the cupholder perfectly (I'm sure a spray paint cap would work, too). After a bit of sanding to get the top of cap smooth, I stuck on the Roady2 sticky mount. With some velcro stuck only to the cap on three sides, I put the cap into the cupholder...worked like a charm.
You can see other pix of my install here:
As a side note, I installed the antenna inside the back gate (see pic) and I'm getting good enuf reception...give it a try.