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ninjavshippo
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ninjavshippo Jan 14, 10:38pm - #374806 
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Mounting Ipod in 2002 Celica: ideas?

i recently picked up a 4th generation, 20gb ipod. has anyone tried to mount an ipod in the late model celica? because of the curves of the interior, i'm not sure how to proceed. all suggestions would be very welcome. thanks in advance
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Live42day Jan 15, 12:49am - #374807 

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Im going to mold this into the center console somewhere and run a 2.5 adapter to rca to an aux on my headunit.



Maybe this will help:

http://www.hzemall.com/installs_misc/vw_ipod/vw.htm

http://www.hzemall.com/installs_misc/jaguar_ipod/jaguar.htm
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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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StoneSour
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StoneSour Jan 15, 5:55am - #374808 

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I just got mine installed. I decided to put mine in the middle consule. Ill post pics soon
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spaztikid Jan 15, 6:01am - #374809 
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just get a belkin fm transmitter... sounds clear and you can just put the ipod anywhere...
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Live42day Jan 15, 6:21am - #374810 

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Originally Posted by StoneSour
I just got mine installed. I decided to put mine in the middle consule. Ill post pics soon


Can't wait to see them thumbsup

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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hkysk8r86 Jan 15, 2:18pm - #374811 

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I'd do what spaztikid said, you can have it wirelessly in your car w/ the FM transmitter. thumbsup
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ninjavshippo Jan 15, 6:29pm - #374812 
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fm transmitter not an option for me.

i live in the middle of metro la and 1) there aren't enough open fm frequencies that STAY open for me to not get fuzz, 2) you're losing a lot of highs and lows in the music. the best you can get is "Good" radio sound, which isn't enough for me, and 3) i've tried the belkin one, the itrip, and the podfreq, and all get fuzzy within 3 minutes of driving on the 10. thanks for the idea, anyway.

by the way, it seems as though the thread in "general automotive discussion" has taken off quicker than this one. if interested in the topic, post here instead.

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f0_1953430835_0_collapsed_5_365_1.html#1953430835
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