Nothing real ground breaking here except maybe the A/V connector installation. Most of the information used was gathered in this forum. Basically, I wanted real time weather radar and traffic displayed full time, and short of replacing the entire dash, this was the best option. It will also do Netflix, Youtube, Spotify, and anything compatible with iPad/DisplayOut. Comcast Xfinity and Amazon Prime are currently locked out. The video is for my passengers, of course. One should not be watching Netflix while driving. So here it is...
Problem: Crappy user interface on nav screen, practically useless turn-by-turn navigation with incomplete POI database, cumbersome aux cords strewn about the car, buzzing speakers when phone's charging w/aux-in, cheap plastic phone mounts that fall apart after a couple weeks.
in center console and connect to rear of nav screen, connect iPad using
, disable screen lockout, install
in center console to eliminate all exposed wires, and install
Moving street map w/ Nexrad Radar overlay powered by ForeFlight v5.1.1/Jailbroken iPad, Waze (on mobile)
Mountek nGroove CD Slot Mount
Composite A/V connectors mounted to wall of console w/ iPad cable and Belkin BT Kit
Belkin BT receiver attached to lid with supplied magnetic mount.