Aftermarket Car Electronics Installation
Integrating an aftermarket product into today's vehicles can be extremely challenging. Connecting to the wrong circuit can damage sensitive electronic components. After performing thousands of such installations, we've got the experience and the knowledge to secure the system and provide flawless integration with existing systems.
- Certified technicians working
on your car
- White Glove Treatment
- Superior Resources & Experience
- A new product demonstration
- For headrest systems, carefully replace factory headrests with special-ordered video headrests.
- For overhead systems, permanently cut and modify the roof of the vehicle to mount the video housing. Often requires disassembly and modification of factory overhead consoles.
- Drill a hole for camera lens and carefully mount camera in rear bumper cover.
- Install rear-view video monitor in place of existing rear-view mirror.
- Connect monitor to rear-view camera located on rear license plate or bumper.
- Add an external antenna to increase accuracy and mounting flexibility.
- Integrate the power circuit so the unit will turn on and off with the vehicle (so there's no risk of draining the battery when you forget to turn the unit off).
- Install a vehicle specific mount to improve usability and cosmetics.
- Demonstrate how to use the unit in your car.
- Determine necessary parts for bypassing factory alarm or keyless systems.
- Carefully disassemble dashboard, steering column, doors, interior, etc.
- Install alarm siren in engine compartment location protecting it from theft, heat, moisture and moving parts.
- Make secure electrical connections for multiple vehicle wires, including ignition wires, brake wires, interior and exterior lights, fuse panel, door locks, hood pin, truck release, etc.
- Drill into vehicle dashboard panel to install LED status indicator.
- Install antenna receiver through vehicle A-pillar/windshield.
- Program remote controls and extra vehicle keys needed for bypass kits.