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United States 2006 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Lucerne Green

The main issue is now guys have to be careful about just telling people to search as the info might not be here anymore. Big Cry

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doclees wrote:
So are all the pics uploaded here actually going somewhere else and subject to that other site's terms?


No, absolutely not. This site has its own Gallery and image storage facility. I have recovered as many images from Photobucket as possible in my own time, and re-hosted them at my own cost. I was not obliged to do this, the forum has an image system but people chose Photobucket instead for whatever reason.

In this particular case, Hayland's first post is odd as his images have been replaced by small squares, even in the original post text/code Confused FFRR owner by proxy

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Oh! it's a Pete thing.. maybe they drowned Rolling with laughter Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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United States 2004 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Java Black

I see the single din units have a separate system check unit to reset clock, consumption etc... When changing out the stock double din non touch screen units with another double din upgrade is there a lead left over to connect to one of these separate system check units?

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Yes and I don't know Rolling Eyes

You can move the original screen into the glove box and the wires will reach.... but if you remove everything in the boot the screen will stop working, D'OH!

Now you could leave all the old kit in, but I've got a nagging feeling that unplugging the BM54 (radio tuner) will plunge the system into darkness.... this is obviously something that can be worked out provided you still have the old system in place... once you start pulling units it will be too late! If by unplugging the Radio it still works then all is good, if it goes dark then there are some units on the market that have a male and female plug on the lead, and they are patched/spliced in to the system rather than replace it... Whistle that'll keep the DSP working too!!

Not sure if the lower spec HSE (european) non nav panel will plug into the loom at that point it might! Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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Thanks. Yeah I have half a B54 working and a sat nav that doesn't shut down. Just as well be happy gutting the system out of the boot for more storage. My screen is starting to go too so don't really want to take up glove box space for that. If there are compatible plugs I may try the wife's e36 unit before investing in anything. I would have thought the range rover specific unit would be easy to find but that is not the case.

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The Range Rover unit was fitted to the European HSE, there are loads available over here, you might have to hit fleabay!

Oh and I like the way you think.... strip the wife's car to keep yours going.... although from past experience that could end in Big Cry.... Your a brave man Bow down Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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United States 2004 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Java Black

Haha no just borrow to see if it would work. My goal for her car is full restoration minus the sound system. Just did new convertible top and lots of mechanical with more due in spring. She wants it reliable. I said not completely possible. Its a car.

Yeah been searching eBay with nothing showing. Maybe my default search isn't including EU.

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khyber wrote:
I am happy to report that Eonon GA6201 unit is plug and play with HK Logic 7 system and its amps. It sounded great in fact.

I tested with the included short connector and hopefully it would work with extension wire which is on its way.

I will have to plan the installation as it seems a little daunting. One of the issues making it difficult is the fact that my car is in a public garage.





I know this is going back a bit now so you are unlikely to be still lurking, but have you any photos of it in the dash? I really like the look of this Eonon unit as it seems a little less curved than a lot of the others. Maybe that's just an illusion.
I note now on the Eonon site that the most recent version is probably GA8201 for BMW E39 1995-2002

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I'm curious too, as mentioned, the new version is EONON GA8201A - If it's pretty much plug and play allowing the amp to work, that would be a great solution.

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^ on that model you need to buy the 5M extension lead, as it has the bypass connectors for the radio head (BM54) Otherwise it will not work with dsp type setups. Also it will not fix a broken system... the radio and dsp needs to be working, but the nav system can be knackered Wink Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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Thank you! I have the Harmon Kardon system. Does the origin head unit have to stay plugged in and put into the glove box?

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Erm no..

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Shocked So where in that thread was the DSP turned on with the head unit connected?? That is NavCoder which is a diagnostic tool for the BMW Business System, not a replacement...

I'm not saying that it can't be done, as I believe that someone managed it with a Raspberry Pi micro computer thingy, but they were very vague, and it need someone with coding skills to get it to work... and it might have been the Subwoofer.. I zoned out at hello Laughing Yesterday I couldn't spell Engineer... Today I are one!
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