Question about Pioneer DEH-P7900BT CD Player
I have an "04" Honda Element that I'm in the process of installing this new Pioneer unit. Wiring harness is connected and the unit works fine. I want to hook-up the microphone for the bluetooth and the USB connection for my iPod. The microphone cable must be 10' long and I want to install it from the top of the steering column back to the radio. What would be the easiest way to run the cable back to the radio without being seen and the same thing with the USB connection cable? Microphone will be attached with either super glue or dbl sided tape. I imagine the best place to run the USB cable would probably be to the glove compartment? I understand how to run the cables, it's just that I'd like ideas without having to drill a bunch of holes in my car. Any help would be much appreciated...
The glovebox is the easiest. I managed to find a "hole" to run the cable through from the compartment to the rear of the head unit. Use a flashlight to help you find possible places to run the cable through. Either shine flashlight from glovebox into console or vice versa. Look for where light shines through to find place to run cable. Use a wire hanger to run cable through the hole if it isn't accessible by hand.
For mic, I just removed the drivers side A-pillar trim and placed wire in there. Attached mic to visor. Some wire is visible, but not much.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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