It came at last! If you do order one of these then I would ask Dan if he can ship it FedEx instead of USPS – personally I would pay the extra.
First job – remove the front left side cowl. This was difficult only because of not wanting to break any of the plastics. The service manual helped to a certain extent with regards to the location of the trim pins and screws but the pictures are rubbish so you have to figure it out yourself.
The picture above shows where the unit is going to get stuck.
The Neutrino box will be connected to the battery directly and also needs an ignition switch source. Fortunately the connector on the right is the ignition switch itself so we don’t have to tap into any other accessory lines. The connector disconnects from the bottom and the RED/BLACK wire is the correct one to tap into.
I also purchase the USB Y cable so that I could have a USB socket in the frunk. Make sure that the Bluetooth dongle is plugged into the white cable other our phone won’t see the unit!