[QUOTE=morbidking;1213043]if i bought this kit http://store.mp3car.com/Mp3Car_Custo..._p/ccc-120.htm
http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/advf...iew&advfaqid=7what would I need to hook the Factory speakers up to the computer
The answers are in the manual for hte power supply. I believe those units use an M2ATX. And wire it straight to the battery.How would I hook the power supply up? Would I use the power wire from the factory head unit?
You need a tuner device. Most are FM-only and suck for reception while moving. Search the forums. There is quite a bit of discussion on tuner hardware and what software supports it.What would I need to get am and fm radio to work (I only use the radio at the drive in movie theaters)
http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/advf...ew&advfaqid=36What would I need to get nav gps to work?
You need a GPS receiver and navigation software.
You really didn't do any research about what you're getting yourself into, did you?What programs would I need to get
Now that you've purchased the PC, I HIGHLY suggest doing some research before you install anything. You have lots of options and everybody will tell you something different about what is best for you.I have a 2007 Hyundai Tiburon gt limited with a factory sub and amp
Any help would be appreciated
Step one: Read the main FAQs: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/advfaq.php
Step two: Read more FAQs: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/the-faq-emporium/
Step three: Plan your setup in every detail.
Step four: Read or re-read anything that is confusing to you regarding your install and ask questions to fill in the gaps.
Step five: Install
Step six: Troubleshoot those niggling post-install issues.
Step seven: Curse, swear, rip out hair and threaten to give up. (Drugs usually help at this step!)
Step eight: Find that magical nugget of knowledge to alleviate your problem from step 7.
Step eight: Enjoy the fruits of your labor and maybe get some rogain to help with the hair you pulled out in step 7.
Welcome to our madness.