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Gta Car Kit For Toyota Solara 2004-2008 - Ipod/iphone/aux Adapter on 2040-parts.com

US $99.00
Location:

Naperville, Illinois, US

Naperville, Illinois, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:60 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:GTA Car Kits Warranty:Yes

Product description:

GTA Car Kit for Toyota Solara 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 model years (without navigation) is all you need to integrate your iPod, iPhone, AUX or mp3 player with your car stereo system.

Our adapter fully supports all Apple devices: your iPod or iPhone starts when you run your car; you can control the songs from your steering wheel and factory car radio; and you can also move between playlists using DISK buttons buttons located on your radio. And your iPod or iPhone charges through GTA Car Kit as long as you run your car.

Included in the kit:

  • Module Unit for Toyota Solara 2004-2008
  • Wire Harness 3.5 feet  (connects unit to factory car stereo of Toyota Solara 2004-2008 )
  • iPod/iPhone cable 4 feet long
  • 3.5 mm jack cable for AUX 4 feet long (connects your stereo to any mp3 device)

Professional installation video by GTA Car Kits:

If your Toyota Solara is equipped with navigation, please contact us.

Warranty and returns:
Best warranty and return policy in the industry:
1-year replacement warranty and 60-days money back guarantee.
Free email and phone support.

Disclaimer: install at your own risk: GTA Car Kits is not responsible and should not be liable for any damages caused to you or your vehicle during installation of the kit. All installation videos provided as a reference only. If you are not sure in your abilities to install the kit - please contact car audio installation professional in your local area.

Shipping:
Free shipping to USA. All USA and international orders are sent out from our warehouse in Chicago. 
Canadian shipping is only $6. All Canadian orders are sent out from our Toronto office, so you would avoid customs fees.

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