Good question - you have your choice of the Standard DICE kit if you are looking solely for iPod integration. The kit also features an integrated AUX port for other devices.what is the best one to buy? out of all the dice models?
Yes - we have an upgade path for existing DICE and ice>Link Plus users:is there a special version of this for icelink+ owners? my icelink+ board fried this afternoon. it ejected chunky white paste..
Radio interface harness is a tight fit since there is not much cable length - you may need an extension harness if you cannot find a loction for the module:i have the radio connection, not the trunk, still no sweat right?
If going into the center console, yes. This is intended to keep the iPod in the glovebox. The DICE should not experience alternator noise after installation.then my ipod cable will be too short right? i like to keep it next to the ebrake. where does the hd box go? it looks pretty big.
for 5 bucks more i might as well buy a whole new kit and play it safe.
does the dice have the alternator noise problem the icelink+ had? i still have a ground loop isolater hooked up on my radio interface connection
if i remember right i was using the radio interface because the trunk gave me louder clicks/pops when the track info changed
gugh i think i will just buy the whole kit and try it out