Thanks Emerald. I found the TSB, however it just said to refer to the service manual for the door panel removal. I removed all the screws and the speaker grill, how do you remove the armrest? I don't want to pull and break something. Thanks.Emerald01 said:Do a search on 'weeping mirror' there's a TSB to fix the mirrors and the instuctions included removing the door panel. But it is really not needed. It should be pretty straight forward -remove speaker grill, remove all screws, remove arm rest, pop off door panel. I think that should be it.
Haha, I did the same thing. I cut and paste it the file and saved it to a Word file.DaleB said:It's useful inforrmation like that I copy as a word.doc and save in the little MDX folder on my desktop! Thanks AGAIN, TCMB!
Hmm. You might have me confused with another issue as I have never owned a laptop. I did take the new Toshiba portable DVD player with us on our trip to the arctic. In "theatre" style, at the campsite when we are both enjoying the movie with the A/C on, the player sits in the center of the dash, on a towel, and I simply pop a cassette adapter into the headunit. The DVD player only has a 2 channel output, there is no digital dTS or surround sound output. I think you need a 5.1 receiver to do that, and in a mobile environment, that is way beyond me. Anyhow, through the upgraded amps and speakers, the DVD sounds really good, better than anything I have at home. But it got even better when I wired the output of the DVD 2 channel audio directly to the car amp, bypassing the headunit. I use a 2 channel amp, instead of a 4 channel, and parrallel the front and rear speakers together to use 4 speakers with a 2 channel amp.xcel said:Hi TheyCallMeBruce:
___I never did ask if you had the Laptop hooked up to your X in a 4 speaker + setup. Do you? If so, how did you get the 4 or more channel laptop output into the head units output or amp? I could imagine there would be plenty of door panel removals so that is why I am asking.
___Wayne R. Gerdes
___Hunt Club Farms Landscaping Ltd.