Mark II Lifetime
- Apr 18, 2014
I'm waiting for the larger SCRob, I hope you noticed that Torrie is advertising that he has "pulley and tune" kits ready to ship!
This is the one I saw someone said they used.Pete - tell us more about the Bluetooth adapter please!
You have to take the radio out, which uses a pair DIN radio removal slides. There is a thread that includes info on the tool and which wire to tap for power. https://www.fordgtforum.com/forums/threads/bluetooth-adapters-for-the-mac-radio.33784/page-2How difficult would it be to install this adaptor? What needs to come apart?
yes, that is how that unit worksDoes anyone know if the McIntosh radio have an aux input?? This would be the preferable way to add Bluetooth I would think…
Too bad there’s not a way to connect these without removing the radio. Thanks for the reply!Yes it has 2 RCA Jack's in the back. I have had a Monster brand cable with a 3.5 plug on the other end to plug in ipod or phone. But these connections are disappearing on modern equipment.
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HiFYI, put a new battery in my 06 last week (again!). Tried to buy an Optima unit from Jegs and Summit but they're on back order at both places. Eventually found a genuine Ford unit in stock here in Houston, but it cost $450 instead of $270! That Ford label must be made of gold or platinum!