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Hey everyone,

Someone on the internet asked me for pics of this install so I figured I would share them here too. The other day I replaced the factory head unit (430N-RHB) with an Alpine Halo9 floating touchscreen unit. It is a single-din unit with an attached 9" screen. To install the kit, you will need a double din to single din faschia kit and a din sleeve.

This buildout uses the Maestro iDataLink RR unit to integrate the steering wheel and car electronics into the halo9 display (for instance, I can use the steering volume control, put gauges on the radio screen, check tire pressure sensors, etc.)

I haven't yet run the microphone wire through the headliner, but I'll get around to it eventually. Even though it is connected to the uconnect system, the android auto/carplay functionality needs the directly-connected microphone of the head unit to work properly.

pics!

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Hey everyone,

Someone on the internet asked me for pics of this install so I figured I would share them here too. The other day I replaced the factory head unit (430N-RHB) with an Alpine Halo9 floating touchscreen unit. It is a single-din unit with an attached 9" screen. To install the kit, you will need a double din to single din faschia kit and a din sleeve.

This buildout uses the Maestro iDataLink RR unit to integrate the steering wheel and car electronics into the halo9 display (for instance, I can use the steering volume control, put gauges on the radio screen, check tire pressure sensors, etc.)

I haven't yet run the microphone wire through the headliner, but I'll get around to it eventually. Even though it is connected to the uconnect system, the android auto/carplay functionality needs the directly-connected microphone of the head unit to work properly.

pics!

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What wiring harness you used to connect the stereo to the truck. I don't mind losing steering wheel controls or adding gauges I just want to change the head unit to a better one.. any hints?
 
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