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I recently purchased a Multi-Camera Interface for GMC Vehicles from ADC Mobile which includes a Front Camera, Side Cameras, and a 3rd Brake Light Camera and am not 100% convinced this is an install I would like to tackle on my own on a brand new truck... Does anyone have any recommendations on where I might be able to get this installed in the Houston Area? Or even better, someone who has installed one that would be willing to give me a hand installing it??? Thanks!
Hello I am Joe, I Bought my first Silverado last October, strangely i became a member before i bought my truck then never came back to this site .., I couldn't log in for the life of me so maybe I was deleted lol.. I am coming from owning 3 tundra's, good strong trucks.. Have to say I wasn't too impressed with the throttle response initially on my Silverado. New airbox/ Borla exhaust and Superchips programmer really woke this truck up. Anyway, what I am really looking for information on viewing media while driving. I won't be doing the viewing myself it's for my wife on our long drives.. I see a few different companies offering similar products that will enable watching movies through a thumb USB in drive. Is there a big difference between these modules (VIM) as the prices range from $90 on up to $249 on ebay.. I did a search but didn't find answers to what I was looking for so thought I would start here. Thanks, Joe
This is not a sales pitch but more of a gauging interest in developing this software for the 14+ K2XX Pickup Trucks. Here is a quick Video Demo of our current HMI programming operating in our 15 Yukon Denali: This allows for Video Playing from USB as well as BD/DVD and removes in motion lock from ALL features. This also adds an SMS texting application as well as the addition of the AVI and DIVX video formats. It also adds the welcome sounds back in that welcome you to the vehicle when its off and the startup logo plays (can be turned off on the screen) We can also do custom programming to reuse salvage HMI's etc...