The 703 is the bluetooth module.Only SKUs I can see for your car are 194 and 424.
Yes you do. You need to expose the rear as the Xcarlink connects to the CD changer port on the back of the OEM cd unit. It's quite straightforward to do, it just takes a few hours. Check out the how to...How easy is it to connect this xcarlink, does the cd unit have to be removed?
What if you use the USb to Lightening cable? to charge, is this also the cheapest option over Connects2 Kit im after the same setup as want Bluetooth hands free for callsThe 703 is the bluetooth module.
You can use this but only over bluetooth or using the Aux in, you cannot connect your iPhone via cable. This means it won't charge the device and I'd guess you can't change tracks from steering wheel either.
Easy to install I can get a civic HU out in 5 mins these days lolYes you do. You need to expose the rear as the Xcarlink connects to the CD changer port on the back of the OEM cd unit. It's quite straightforward to do, it just takes a few hours. Check out the how to...
For the line in usage, you will only have the volume controls. You use anything you want, video player, music player, games....Can anyone tell me if I plug in a device like an ipod or even an android phone with music on it via the 3.5mm Line In connection will my steering wheel controls work? And does the music have to be in spcific folder structures for this?