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Running the RCA cables and remote turn on wire
Remove a plastic cover above where the passenger feet go. There are two clips and then it just pulls out towards the passenger seat. Remove the glove box completely. To do this, open the glove box and push in on both sides of the box while pulling the glove box further open. Once the two stops come out, remove the arm attached to the glove box by simply lifting it up slightly. Then the glove box should be able to pop out pretty easily.
Remove the passenger runner trim by lifting up and wiggling side to side. Again, do this gently and firm at the same time. It’ll pop out. To remove the passenger kick panel, remove the screw holder up near where the passenger feet go and pop the trim away from the bolt that you just released. Grab hold of the kick panel and pull towards the back and center of the car at the same time with a little pressure. Lightly shake it while you do this and it should start to come out. It can help to pull some of the rubber trim that runs along the entire car out a little to release the kick panel easier.
If you are using the same LOC that I chose, this is where you will plug it in. Looking through the glove box hole, there is a silver box with a plug sticking out of it on the ‘rear of the car’ side. The clip to release this plug is on the back side so it is a little difficult to reach but once you get it, the plug comes right out. Then, your LOC has a male and female plug that lead to it. Plug the male end into the car and the female end into the male end you removed from the car. I then shoved the LOC up into the depths of the glove box area as far as I could with the RCA cables and remote turn on wire aiming out of the glove box.
Attach your male-to-male RCA cables to the LOC RCA cables. Wire your remote turn on wire to the remote turn on wire of the LOC. At this point, you are now ready to run both the RCA cables and remote turn on cables along your car trim. Do this the same way you did your power cable. This is even easier because you don’t need to pull the trim up as far.