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Hello everyone,

I have a 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Convertible and I wanted to change the head unit to a more modern touch screen. I want:

When I start the car it should connect to my phone and give me options to lauch my favorite podcast app etc.

When I reverse the car it should show me what is behind my car

When I switch the side blinkers show what is to that side of me

If I can get radar warnings etc. when I try to change lanes and there is car next to me then great

I understand that all of these would require different components but any idea as to how I could get started on a project like this? Should I just go to the nearest body shop and ask them to get it done or buy components on my own?

Thank you!
 

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Ummm... you may want to do your research on www.club4g.org instead of here.
That's the message board community for the 4G Eclipse, not the 1G Eclipse Cross ;)

In a nutshell, the simple parts list to fulfill what you're talking about requires:

  • 1 Aftermarket head-unit
  • 1 Aftermarket replacement dashboard mounting plate/kit for your HU
  • 3 exterior cameras (one rear, one each for the side of the vehicle)
  • 1 proximity / parking sensor kit
  • Custom wiring and panel molding - which is not something anyone can teach in a minute (and one that I'm not really willing to talk about, sorry. Google it.)
Good luck.
 

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Ummm... you may want to do your research on www.club4g.org instead of here.
That's the message board community for the 4G Eclipse, not the 1G Eclipse Cross ;) https://scrabblewordfinder.vip/ https://www.applock.ooo/ https://www.7zip.vip/


In a nutshell, the simple parts list to fulfill what you're talking about requires:

  • 1 Aftermarket head-unit
  • 1 Aftermarket replacement dashboard mounting plate/kit for your HU
  • 3 exterior cameras (one rear, one each for the side of the vehicle)
  • 1 proximity / parking sensor kit
  • Custom wiring and panel molding - which is not something anyone can teach in a minute (and one that I'm not really willing to talk about, sorry. Google it.)
Good luck.
thankyou so much!!
 
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