Apple CarPlay for 2011 LR4 HSE

mm3846

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Hi I ended up going with the ID-Core system, it works pretty good. Installation wasn’t hard. For the 2010-2011 its the Denison radio , you have to open it up and change 3 ribbon cables. After that everting else is plug and play, it works good and you retain the factory system ad 4x4 screen. The hardest part for me was removing the two bid side trim pieces. I get in the car and the maps from the phone displays right away.
Matt at Unique auto developments was great answering questions.

How’s the volume disparity between the “new” CarPlay input and say the radio or CD? My kit is a lot lower and it’s one of the few things that bothers me about it.
 

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Yes the audio quality is not as good as the Bluetooth adaptor Bovee I use , it’s strange the I can use Apple Music with the Bluetooth adapter and sounds great but if I use nav app I can’t hear the voice prompts or Siri talk back to me. But under the Aux connection you hear the voice prompt . So if I don’t need the navigation I use it under the iPod input , Siri hears my request I just can’t hear her back but works great.
stay away from NavTool, horrible customer service, I have a dispute with them . They never sent me the unit they insisted to install it itself I said no and 5 months later they haven’t refunded the charges to my credit card.
 

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