The computerized system was reprogrammed. While driving approximately 35 mph, an increase in acceleration occurred without warning. One nice feature is that multiple phones can be paired and assigned a priority so that if both are in the vehicle, it will default to the one with the highest priority. DaveIf your Nitro has a factory amp and you are using it the Metra harness is the better choice. It has to be done at a dealer.
I mounted the microphone up in the headliner above the mirror. There are no other known problems with the vehicle at this time. I have a base model nitro that doesn't have an amp, so that wasn't a concern for me head unit is driving speakers directly. During this process the electronic back glass popped open as well and will no longer latch either. U-Haul offers more than 581,000 rooms and more than 51 million square feet of self-storage space at owned and managed facilities throughout North America. Here is a closeup of the fit issues. I believe the spare blue wire you are referring to is used for the amp turn on if you are installing it in a Dodge Caliber.
The 2009 Jeep Liberty was relatively unchanged from the 2008 models. Even better was the phone support I received when the dealership I asked to install the device could not figure out how to enter the correct code to get the unit to function. Once it's activated, you can make and receive phone calls, and play music from your phone using the Aux function via Bluetooth. I don't mind it there and it was very simple to do. Dave You won't find this in the instructions for the Metra Harness. I did need a small piece of black foam to use as a spacer to make the clip fit to the headliner tight. Our automotive wiring diagrams allow you to enjoy your new mobile electronics rather than spend countless hours trying to figure out which wires goes to which 2011 Jeep Liberty part or component.
I think the kit needs to be improved. There is a lot more of information that can be obtained and will be avalible on demand. If my brake lights fail during the day or night this could be a huge liability to Chrysler. As I coasted into a driveway I saw heavy dark black smoke pouring from under the hood. . The failure mileage was 26,000. It doesn't look too bad there.
There's a gap at the top and bottom of my unit, because my Metra mounting kit doesn't follow the contour of the radio bezel. There's a gap at the top and bottom of my unit, because my Metra mounting kit doesn't follow the contour of the radio bezel. If your Nitro has a factory amp and you are using it the Metra harness is the better choice. I did have to remove two brackets from inside the dash. The vehicle was inspected by an independent repair shop who determined the wheel and speed sensor of the brakes needed to be replaced. The Metra has 4 preamps, so you won't have that issue. I then tucked the wire inside the headliner and down the post and into the dash via the gap.
I finished this last week but, never got around to taking the final install pics. There wasn't much pressure here at all either. Just pictures and a fire report, if you want those. This is what the radio trim area looks like. It requires removing a lot of the dash. Thanks, Dave There is no antenna booster on the harness, so you will need to hook the blue antenna wire from the red power lead.
Once all the clips are loose you simply remove the control plugs and the trim comes right out. Please take some close up pics when you finish. Jeep has 10000 miles on it now. You have to start and the top corners and pull off the trim. Now lights on indicatorwhen the door is open is not working and neither is the autolock feature after the car is driving for a few minutes, so have to visit them again. He said he can't do it unless it starts acting up.
Therefore, it appears that this may be the reason our vehicle is not eligible for the is recall and we must now pay out of pocket again to fix this major safety hazard. Are there any amperage concerns doing that? I got this harness to help eliminate as much of the splicing as possible. The metal bracket removes with three screws and the black plastic cap just snaps up from the front and pulls out. Although the brake lights and turn signals work, the running lights on the trailer do not. The Metra harness has a blue wire too so, do I tie them together and connect them to the power lead or just one? In the Pioneer instructions regarding the blue wire it states: If he vehicle has a glass antenna, connect to the antenna booster power control termnal max.