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Old 11-23-2022, 11:32 PM   #1
youngxlos
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Default Anyone have the idoing head unit on a GD??

Been thinking about upgrading my head unit, and having car play is a plus, but has anyone used the GD version? I donít see any reviews, I found it on wrxdaily website and it seems very overpriced but thatís besides the point, anyone running one? Thoughts? Any issues?

Thanks in advanced


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Old 11-24-2022, 11:56 AM   #2
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I am also interested in putting one in my 06. I have used one in a 2010 FXT and i loved it.

I wired in aftermarket steering wheel controls with a Metra Axxis and an 2008 STI steering wheel and I think the idoing would allow me to retain the controls, that but i am unsure and would love to know before purchasing.
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Old 11-29-2022, 06:02 PM   #3
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Edit: I have confirmed the Seicane Unit for 02-07 had additional wiring for SWC. Also the 05-08 Forester idoing unit has the wiring too, the harness and pinouts (minus pin 14, which is just a diff wire color, but does the same thing as the wrx) had the additional wiring for SWC too. So im 99% this unit would also work.


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I'd also wager that the actual unit itself if probably almost identical to the ones offered for 08 + wrx/sti/forester. So based on that, it should work well.

I just ordered one for my '13 Forester & am awaiting on a few replies to confirm any wiring on the 02-07 version that would allow me to retain SWC capability.

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Been thinking about upgrading my head unit, and having car play is a plus, but has anyone used the GD version? I don't see any reviews, I found it on wrxdaily website and it seems very overpriced but that's besides the point, anyone running one? Thoughts? Any issues?

Thanks in advanced


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