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Installation of JVC kw-v660bt

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by wipfel, Jul 15, 2022.

  1. Jul 15, 2022 at 12:14 PM
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    wipfel

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    I'm trying to install the jvc v660 into my 2014 Crewmax Limited (JBL). I've got all the parts needed, but there are almost no instructions. Does anyone know of a video or step-by-step tutorial I could follow? My googling has returned nothing other than generic radio replacement or other models with different wiring harnesses.
     
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    Your dash kit and OEM harness adapters should have all the instructions needed. Without knowing what "all the parts needed" are that you have in your possession, specifically the brand and model, we aren't going to be much help.
     
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    Unfortunately, the instructions for the JVC are generic and not necessarily accurate for the specific wiring harness and the harness instructions are about 5 lines long with no diagrams, illustrations or children's book pics.

    I have the following:
    40-LX11 antenna adapter
    AX-TOYCAM3-6V backup camera retain/add-on harness (includes AX-TOYCAM3-6V harness and AX-CAM6V 12-volt to 6-volt converter)
    RP4.2-TY11 radio replacement interface harness
    and of course the JVC kw-v660bt radio and included kit
     
  4. Jul 15, 2022 at 5:56 PM
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    I would read through the pac interface and follow that. It’s really color for color from jvc to pac harness. You’ll need to find out which wire is the reverse wire from one of the factory radio’s harness. 28pins maybe plug maybe?
    Once you find that it should be easy to connect your backup camera retaining harness. Follow that instructions and connect it to the pack interface harness. 12v, ground, reverse trigger. Etc.
    antenna adapter you can connect to the jvc blue wire. This will power your factory antenna so you can get am/fm. I always connect it whether you need to or not. You dont want to have to go back in later because you thought you didnt need it but in the end you do.
     

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