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Installation guide for 2013 Hyundai I30 bluetooth dvd aftermarket sat nav system

Head unit after installation,car dvd autoradio gps bluetooth of 2013 Hyundai I30.

Head unit after installation,car dvd autoradio gps bluetooth of 2013 Hyundai I30

Head unit after installation,car dvd autoradio gps bluetooth of 2013 Hyundai I30

I guess you are a owner of 2013 Hyundai I30,but you find that the original car stereo has been behind and can not catch up with recent trend,so you are not very satisfied with it and want to  do an upgrade,then it’s a right choice to read this essay.For the installation guide for 2013 Hyundai I30 bluetooth dvd aftermarket sat nav system is the main content of it.

In fact,most of car radios are largely identical but with little differences.Therefore,knowing how to install a stereo of Hyundai I30 will also benefit you on installing head unit on other cars.And just by yourself,you can do most of it without worker’s help.

Most of you will feel excited after right installation,so you’d better attention following tips first to avoid any danger during your driving.

1.When you are driving with a car with new stereo,please do not stare at the DVD player,or even operate it,it can disperse your attention which is very dangerous

2.If your car meeting raining days with high humidity,moisture  may gather on unit,and it will probably lead car’s improper work

3.In order to get high playing quality please do not splash liquid on the radio

2013 Hyundai I30 original stereo removal:

1.Get under the silver plastic cover with a rubber tool,after that push it to the side

Get under the silver plastic cover with a rubber tool

Get under the silver plastic cover with a rubber tool

2.Take four screws out

Take four screws out

Take four screws out

3.Lug the top of the panel towards you.It’s a little hard to release the bottom part,but pull it the same way

Lug the top of the panel towards you

Lug the top of the panel towards you

4.Remove the plastic clips carefully with a small screwdriver

Remove the plastic clips carefully with a small screwdriver

Remove the plastic clips carefully with a small screwdriver

plastic clips after removal

plastic clips after removal

5.Get out the front panel and you will see the inner part just as the image show

Get out front panel

Get out front panel

you can see the inner part of CD player

you can see the inner part of CD player

6.There are no buttons on the plantation,but the heater of words seat  are printed on it

There are no buttons on the plantation,but the heater of words seat  are printed on it

There are no buttons on the plantation,but the heater of words seat are printed on it

2013 Hyundai I30 original bluetooth dvd installation:

7.Connect cables of dvd player to the car

8.Make screws back to their places and firm them

9.Make plastic cover back to the car beside the radio

Making cables connection is a very key step in installation,you need to be very careful when you connect antennas of Hyundai I30 bluetooth to right connectors,and I suggest you to do this according to the installation instructions from the dealer. After that, slide new bluetooth dvd into the dash then connect negative cable to factory wiring harness.

After installation,you can have a small test for it:turn on new radio and operate it to check out all the functions in the unit.If it doesn’t, check cables connection again or contact with technicians from the dealer for answers.

For more information about this head unit of Hyundai I30,you can find what you want from the Internet,for example:http://www.seicane.com/2013-hyundai-i30-in-dash-sat-nav-system-lcd-touch-screen-3g-wifi-am-fm-radio-bluetooth-music-dvd-player-tv-ipod-iphone-aux-pop-steering-wheel-control-backup-camera-c156.

And if you want to see more serious kinds of autoradios,you can visit next website:http://www.seicane.com,I know there are a lot of car dvds there.

 

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