One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was from a Chief Engineer I sailed with years ago: “When you get to “that” point, go make a sammich, sit down and ponder while you eat. Solution usually comes to you.”Welp, TFB(ThatFukkinBitch) didn't start. Cranked quite well but didn't even try to catch and I have fuel pressure at the rail and a CEL (go figure ), hopefully the timing is off 180. Time to walk away for a bit.
The HU itself has a double tin face, but the business part of it is single din. Purchased a new bezel that allows and fits a double din radio(same as LJ mentioned before Metra 95-6549 Dash Kit from Crutchfield) and the rest was pretty straight forward. Not the greatest quality, but it fits well, works and was a simple fix. I cut the mount in half to just fit what I needed an routed everything under it bundled up neatly, just in case I need to service anything. Will probably get a USB flush mount to add to the bezel instead of the dangler setup now for the USB. Just to clean things up. Having the XM as well as radio and US plus the Bluetooth connectivity is a welcome change from the previous setup. Not to mention now I can voice to text in case I need to.How did you get the Double din to fit? I've been wanting to move to a stereo with a screen for a while, just haven't been able to figure out how to fit it.
Get a cheap pillow from either Kmart or Walmart with the polyfill and it's plenty for three cars. Plus cheaper than buying the same material from a speaker supply chain. Done this for a few vehicles and works like a charm