2010 Toyota Prius model II Head Unit Upgrade (v2.0)

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Audio and Electronics' started by Aleman, May 3, 2011.

  1. Aleman

    Aleman Junior Member

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    I closely followed the original 2010 Prius II head unit replacement procedure for upgrading to a Pioneer AVH-P4100DVD written up by Spiderman (from this forum), and along the way, I meticulously documented every step with pictures and lessons learned. I then put it all into the attached document for you to use in your stereo upgrade or just for research. This document also has info on in-car DVD parking brake bypass setup.

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    Special thanks to Spiderman for his initial write-up & guidance.

    The original write-up was brief, to-the-point, and very helpful, but not so dummy-proof. You can find that short-form version of this procedure, here:
    http://priuschat.com/forums/gen-iii...-toyota-prius-model-ii-head-unit-upgrade.html

    Enjoy!
     

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  2. LulzChicken

    LulzChicken Prius Enthusiast

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    Excellent write up, I believe this should also be stickied. Thank you Aleman, this will help lots and lots of people. *thanked*
     
  3. Aleman

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    Your welcome. Glad to help! Can this be a sticky thread?
     
  4. prius2010II

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  5. spiderman

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    Al, I would be happy to add a link to the first post of the sticky to your document.
     
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