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    00 Monte Carlo SS - Installed

    Ok, finally got some pics, even if the quality kind of sucks. So, here is the install in a 2000 Monte Carlo SS:



    The car



    An image of my XP desktop



    Shot of the dash



    Running MediaCar



    DVD/CD player in console area



    Trunk view of where it all is mounted.



    View with the backseats down



    The Gyration KB/Mouse RF receiver on the back speaker panel.
    2000 Monte Carlo SS - CarPC FINALLY INSTALLED!!!

    CarPC: VIA EPIA-M10000, Xenarc 700TSV, 20G 2.5" HD, Opus 90W, Targus USB DVD/CD-ROM

    Audio: Audigy 2 USB, Alpine 4 Channel Amp, 2 x Alpine 300W 6x9, 2 x Alpine 200W 6.5 (sub coming soon)

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    The monitor is mounted with customized brackets and screwed into the frame using the existing holes for mounting the stock HU. Now that I know everything is good to go, next free weekend I have I will be pulling the dash and painting the monitor casing flat black and touching up a few spots in the dash.

    I'll also be adding a 2nd amp to push 2 10" Subs that I will be making some custom boxes for, but might be a bit as my next project involves some Eibach Pro Springs and new struts/shocks to lower the car some. (my existing suspension is about shot).
    2000 Monte Carlo SS - CarPC FINALLY INSTALLED!!!

    CarPC: VIA EPIA-M10000, Xenarc 700TSV, 20G 2.5" HD, Opus 90W, Targus USB DVD/CD-ROM

    Audio: Audigy 2 USB, Alpine 4 Channel Amp, 2 x Alpine 300W 6x9, 2 x Alpine 200W 6.5 (sub coming soon)

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    Why is the stock radio sitting in the trunk? Is it doing anything?
    1.6GHz HP e-PC, 768MB RAM, 120GB WD HDD, Slim DVD-ROM, Onboard sound & video, 7" Lilliput, USB GPS Mouse, Audiovox FM Modulator, Vector 400 Watt Power Inverter, Windows XP Pro SP2, iGuidance 2, 15" Samsung LCD for the rear *Carputer not installed*

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgetimes2
    Why is the stock radio sitting in the trunk? Is it doing anything?
    Basically convenience. It's the easiest way to reset the warning indicators and change car settings. It will eventually get hidden
    2000 Monte Carlo SS - CarPC FINALLY INSTALLED!!!

    CarPC: VIA EPIA-M10000, Xenarc 700TSV, 20G 2.5" HD, Opus 90W, Targus USB DVD/CD-ROM

    Audio: Audigy 2 USB, Alpine 4 Channel Amp, 2 x Alpine 300W 6x9, 2 x Alpine 200W 6.5 (sub coming soon)

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    Not bad! Nice workaround when you don't want to cut the dash
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    Cool man, it'll look really good when you head the stock HU and clean up some of the wires.
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    more mymonte members its nice to have a crew

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    that is awesome you've inspired me to do the same type of set up.

    I did have one good question.
    How do you get the factory stereo out? i didn't want to pull too hard and break anything. I didn't find any info on the internet showing how to remove the stereo. but i do want to have an awesome system like yours and can't even begin lol thanks for the patience im a noob.

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    relocating OEM radio

    Is there a wiring harness i can buy to relocate my OEM radio ?

    i have read to many horror stories about the Gmos-4 , i would rather relocate the oem radio.

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    RE:relocating OEM radio

    Thanks for the reply. I've actually gone with the aux input. I think it was a gma11 or something like that. I got it from a place in Austin, TX. They had an ebay store. the reason i went that route is it gives me 2 aux inputs and uses the factory HU to access them. No switches like some other aux inputs. Thanks for they help and keep this great site going.

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