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  1. You must be referring to a deep-discharge battery. Yellow top batteries were designed for deep discharge applications, such as for high-amp stereo equipment. As such they do not normally last as long as a standard lead-acid in less-demanding applications. Typical vehicles with no heavy-drain aftermarket equipment do not need a Yellow Top or other Marine-type battery. Your car is going to have a constant draw of probably 6 to 10.5 volts when turned off. I would assume our cars sit more than being driven.
  2. I know in our shop we use agm and gel for applications that have no constant charging system such as powered wheel chairs and scooters. The battery will be discharged often times completely and then given a full recharge. This would cause a quick rate of sulfation on a standard lead acid but the agm and gel are much more forgiving. Again this is just my 2 cents worth.
  3. can someone tell me what size the screen is in this car?
  4. I would disagree(i hope you don't take offense) because the agm is going to handle the discharge and recharge better than a standard lead acid. remember that the battery is going to sulfate due to the parasitic draw of the car then having to recharge they want to see a constant charge so if you had a trickle charger on the standard lead acid then I would agree that it would have maybe similar cycles. If not agm would not be damaged as much as the lead acid. Just my opinion.
  5. yes he is correct you could use a line out converter also known as a hi to low converter. You would connect it to your factory speaker leads then run the rca's from it to the amp.
  6. An AGM is going to have more cycles than a standard lead acid. You can get cheaper than optima.
  7. the speaker sizes are pretty straight forward are you concerned about depth?
  8. take a look at this let me know if this helps WIRE COLOR POLARITY LOCATION Battery BLUE/YELLOW (+) RADIO HARNESS Accesory GRAY (+) RADIO HARNESS Ground BROWN (-) RADIO HARNESS LF Speaker (+) GREEN THESE WIRES SUPPLY THE LEFT AUDIO SIGNAL TO THE AMPLIFIER. LF Speaker (-) RED RF Speaker (+) BLACK THESE WIRES SUPPLY THE RIGHT AUDIO SIGNAL TO THE AMPLIFIER. RF Speaker (-) WHITE Amp Location RT SIDE OF TRUNK Steering Cntrls NO Speed Cntrl NO Radio Security YES
  9. I would have to agree that it is probably no longer a good unit. If the dealership is going to charge you 800.00 for one go to an after market shop you can get a much nicer radio for that kind of money. Sorry for the bad news. Do you have steering wheel controls? If you do are they working?
  10. Was it a 6 disk in dash or a single cd that you had in there before?
  11. That is a good unit that he is recommending. You can also look at Autopage,Code Alarm Systems, Ultrastart, there is also DEI products these are all good choices. Prestige is made by Audiovoxx that is the parent company to Code Alarm Systems. Here is the information on the bypass you will need. XK05 Programmable Immobilizer Data Override interface is preloaded with upgradeable firmware for late model Toyota/Lexus vehicles including Smart-Key Push-to-Start type ignition systems-'07 Camry. XK05 temporarily overrides the factory immobilizer when remote starting while maintaining the integrity of the manufacturer's anti-theft system. *Programmable firmwares available for Honda/Acura, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Nissan/Infiniti & GM. Features: Xpresskit includes Free and unlimited access to updates and new firmware solutions as new vehicle platforms are released. Xpresskits are user programmable and upgradeable, making obsolete and excess inventory a thing of the past, plus you don’t have the expense of stocking as many parts. Every XPRESSKIT is shipped preloaded with default firmware that provides the most comprehensive combination of valued features, functions and vehicle coverage. For this reason even if you do not have a computer you can still benefit from the best technology has to offer, right out of the box. Tomorrows’ technology is just a click away, however still the most valuable reason for choosing XPRESSKIT are the PRELOADED features that provide right out of the box functionality. Local manufacturing allows each XPRESSKIT to be flashed with the absolute latest firmware just prior to shipping ensuring that you have compatibility with the latest vehicle releases. XPRESSKIT interfaces the past, present and future whether you have a computer or not. * Preloaded with the latest firmware covering the most popular vehicles. * Pack full of the primary features and functions you need most. * Built in D2D port (data to data) for easy upgrades and programming. * Dual purpose D2D communication port also connects with D2D enabled remote start systems. * Upgradeable via PC / Internet / Handheld. * Enhanced security when using D2D secure single wire data override. * Wire to Wire compatible with any brand remote start & security system (W2W). * Compatible with manufacturer's Factory On Board anti-theft & content theft security system. * Secure data transfer maintains integrity of factory anti-theft & alarm system. * Compact, durable design is easy to mount and built for extreme weather. * NKR - No Key Required for operation means vehicle owner does not have to give up a key. * Simple, straight forward instructions and programming means time saving installs.
  12. I wouldnt worry about installers messing with your wiring most of us have done more expensive cars. I am sure your car will be safe. Its actually not the wires that are the hard part its getting to them.
  13. Ok from what I can tell your going to have 6.5 in the doors so that makes 4, 2 2" tweeters in the front you may have 2 in the rear so that would make 8 the sub would be 9 and is there one in the dash? Im not positive and none of my reference sites are giving me the option to put in the 10 speaker system. let me know.
  14. Do you plan to do the install yourself? You would be surprised to find out that it may not be more cost effective to buy the speakers yourself and then pay for the install. Most shops will discount labor if the product is purchase through them and also you may not get a warranty from the shop since it isn't their product leaving you to send everything back to where you bought it from. I know for our shop we usually charge 45 dollars a set to install speakers if we have to remove door panels but if you buy the speakers from us it may only be 20 in labor again depends on the car. I will look and see if I can find all of your speaker sizes for you. Hope this helps.
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