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I have a 1998 ES300 and the stock stereo (non-Nak) is on its last leg. The volume control has a serious delay and sometimes doesn't respond at all. I really want something that has controls for the ipod. I really like the Pioneer FH-P800BT Double Din.

I have seen several installations using the Scoshe kit (LS2081B) and I think it looks great.

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http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Pro...FH-P800BT?tab=B

Will this fit okay? Any suggestions on where to get the wiring harness?

Thanks.

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I have a 1998 ES300 and the stock stereo (non-Nak) is on its last leg. The volume control has a serious delay and sometimes doesn't respond at all. I really want something that has controls for the ipod. I really like the Pioneer FH-P800BT Double Din.

I have seen several installations using the Scoshe kit (LS2081B) and I think it looks great.

post-59149-1202353549_thumb.jpg

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Pro...FH-P800BT?tab=B

Will this fit okay? Any suggestions on where to get the wiring harness?

Thanks.

it should work fine... you can get a scochse kit from ebay, try seller volunteer audio or something like that... they bundle a harness w/ the kits... i think you may have to bypass an amp though but that shouldn't be difficult.

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I have a 1998 ES300 and the stock stereo (non-Nak) is on its last leg. The volume control has a serious delay and sometimes doesn't respond at all. I really want something that has controls for the ipod. I really like the Pioneer FH-P800BT Double Din.

I have seen several installations using the Scoshe kit (LS2081B) and I think it looks great.

post-59149-1202353549_thumb.jpg

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Pro...FH-P800BT?tab=B

Will this fit okay? Any suggestions on where to get the wiring harness?

Thanks.

it should work fine... you can get a scochse kit from ebay, try seller volunteer audio or something like that... they bundle a harness w/ the kits... i think you may have to bypass an amp though but that shouldn't be difficult.

What's involved in bypassing the amp? I thought you just plugged in the harness and connected the wires and RCAs to the new deck?

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