Hello hello hello my wonderful lovely beautiful internet friends, it’s your old pal Gatlin here once again from Carphonix, the place to be to get a killer new sound system in your car, truck, bike, or even your boat.
So what’s happening today?
We’ve got a simple little installation in a Honda Civic.
These are some of the most common cars out there, and they’re also some of the most commonly modified ones too.
That’s because they’re relatively inexpensive, reliable, and easier to tinker with than many other cars on the road.
If you like to tinker with your wheels, chances are you’ve had a Civic sitting in your driveway at some point in your life.
Anyway, we’re doing some basic stuff today, an install of a Sirius satellite radio receiver.
We’re going to make sure it’s nice and slick, and I’ll show you some cool ways to make it work if your factory radio doesn’t have an auxiliary input.
We’ll also show you how to install the antenna receiver on the inside of your vehicle.
Yeah yeah I know, they say you should put it on the outside of your car, but here in Canada we have this little thing called winter.
The snow, salt, and grime all over the road will grind up your antenna.
Whoever built these things must live somewhere warm!
Anyway, enough of my rambling here.
Check out the video below.
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Once again this is Gatlin from Carphonix, signing off.
And remember, folks – crimpin’ ain’t easy!