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    CelicaSupra.com Member ddd228's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by austintaco View Post
    Thanks. While searching other threads related to this one, there was talk about "buying" from Brad and it was unclear if they had just bought his old setup or if he "made" the complete adapter including the blue plug for the sub and the dimming feature. My apologies if that made anyone feel all butt hurt.
    You didn't BUTT hurt anyone,so far.
    It's difficult to see what you need,depending on your application!
    The links that I provided was to steer you in the right direction,not to tell you what to buy.

    Brad has been a ghost,lately.

    The* BLUE *plug is the desired one.

    The dimming feature was not required in my install.

    I sent Brad one,years ago.
    Otherwise,it's make your own.
    His unit did include the blue plug to make it P&P. Very cool.
    '01 Camry internal amp.

    It's a very tight fit! WAY too many wires back there!
    In the doobly-doo,there are a couple of wiring "codes" that show where the wires go and feed to.
    The antenna power wires have been confusing to a few installers,here.
    I cannot spell SCHOSCHE. Sheesh!
    Dave in Seattle. I keep LATE hours.Hidden Content
    '84 type "L" ,Auto ,daily driver. Dk blue.

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    CelicaSupra.com Member austintaco's Avatar
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    Dave, I apologize. I misread your earlier reply as sarcasm and a jab for not searching enough. Thank you for the additional info. It would be great if I could get the Scion stereo to work with a nice fit, but I'm not going t cut up the surround on the Supra. Those interior pieces are getting harder to find. On a side note, the stock 03 Tacoma stereo looks identical to the one in the original post. There's a cool feature on that stereo that allows you to access a midrange setting, but it's "hidden". After I get it installed and I remember how to get the mid setting, I'll post up here. Thanks again.

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    CelicaSupra.com Member austintaco's Avatar
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    I looked up the hidden "mid" setting from another forum:
    "Don't know if you people know about this one?
    There is a hidden midrange adjustment on the factory raido, just hold down the tuning button for about 15 seconds untill you hear a beep then hit the tune button and there it is it wont say mid it will show some lines, just make shure you turn off raido before you shut of your key so it will save the setting, oh by the way i had my truck running when i did mine dont know if it matters"
    It works, or it works on the stereo that was stock in my 03 Tacoma and that I will be installing into the Supra. It looks identical to the one in the original post. Model Number is 86120-AD040

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    Post a pic dag nabbit, i know you've got a smart phone

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