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Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011

Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011


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Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011

Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011
  • GPS navigation displays on 8" Hi Res Touch Screen. NavTeq Map software included for USA & Canada. 12 million POI with programmable destinations. Dash Trim Kit included.
  • Bluetooth V2.1+EDR & A2DP for Wireless Streaming MP3. Access your Blue Tooth phone for hands free calling, Access your phone book contacts, recent calls, and more, all without ever taking your phone out of your pocket. External microphone included.
  • Control and charge your iPod or iPhone via the INGENIX touch screen for hours of audio or video entertainment. Requires iP-5C sold separately.
  • A comprehensive PIP interface allows you multiple viewing options. The touch screen PIP interface allows you to change views quickly.
  • Integrate all of your important OEM information with Ingenix. Displaying Factory Radio, Climate control, RDS information, time, and more...
OEM Upgrade for Hyundai Elantra 2011 and newer. Multimedia Source Unit with Built-in GPS for USA & Canada (other countries available). 12 million Points of Interest. Favorites list & multi-lingual, multi-accented voices. Mapping from Navteq. Hands-Free Blue Tooth phone, contacts, recent calls. External microphone included. A2DP Blue Tooth Music Streaming. Control and charge your iPod or iPhone with iP-5C cable sold separately. Touch screen PIP interface. Integrate all of your Factory Radio, Climate control, RDS information, time, and more. 32GB SD & USB 2.0 Reader. Enjoy your favorite radio program and catch navigation commands while playing a movie from DVD, SD, or USB to rear seat entertainment devices. Rear View Camera (purchased separat

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  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    5 star features, 2 star setup execution, March 30, 2016
    By 
    Dennis Belov (Wakefield, RI) –
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    This review is from: Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011 (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Value 5 stars
    Ease of use 5 stars
    Installation 3 stars
    Software installation/execution 2 stars

    I was a little weary buying this after seeing the reviews but now that’s it’s installed and working I love it! The features are great and you can’t really match the value. The thing that really needs work on is the installation manual and the software that comes in the SD card. The installation itself is not super difficult, my first install took 3 hours but debugging took another 3… Soooo hopefully my experience can make this less painful for the next buyers. Here is what I would suggest to make your install go smooth and not take 6 hours:
    The first step on the back page of the manual (step 13 I bekieve) forget about the step describing cutting the wire and tying in another wire that is provided. I did not use the 2 remocon in and out wires they provided and it works great. Also, I was confused on the wiring bkdiagram at this step but realized that first off the boxes trying to highlight certain wires on your plug where not aligned as they needed to be and secondly that you have to loom at the BACK of the harness where the wires come into the plastic housing for the diagram to match up.
    When connecting all the wires (GPS and rear view cam etc…) to the big harness that will plug into the new head unit push all the extra wires to the Left side of the dash. There is a little nook to house all these extra wire and you’ll need to do this to be able to fit everything nicely whiteout bending your new stereo brackets.
    The last this I want to mention is that if your until has a checksum error when booting the first time do not fear! I reinstalled the unit after seeing this error only to find that all my connections were snug and dandy. But after a quick Internet search I realized that this was a software bug… What farenheit should have done is included the correct update software and reboot instructions for this error. If you Google «checksum booting error elantra» you will most likely find a site with the correct software needed to be put on the SD card and some instructions on how to boot. Once the units up go to settings and hit the update button to finalize all software foxes. This fixed all my problems and after this fix I loved the product… I just wish farenheit or ingenix included these valuable steps in this package. I will try to find the link I used and include it in the post later

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Others have written great reviews on this upgrade, May 28, 2016
    By 
    JTS

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    This review is from: Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011 (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Others have written great reviews on this upgrade. I would like to add my experience with an install on my 2011 Elantra. First, I agree that the included instructions are incomplete. If you have never installed a stereo before, I would not recommend starting with this one.
    Another thing I noticed is that there is not much information out there on Elantra wiring diagrams, or other instructions for the wiring of this unit. I researched as much as I could, but ultimately my car had different color wiring compared to what I found listed on the web.
    You can find a helpful video on «the you tube» for this unit. It shows how to get your original stereo out (buy the dash removal tools: http://www.amazon.com/Auto-Removal-Strong-Nylon-Break/dp/B00ZRLLY6Q?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s02).
    *The video does NOT show how to completely wire this with your original radio.

    After I had the original radio out, and the new metal brackets installed, I made sure to securely attach the ribbon cable, as others have mentioned. I was installing a back up camera, so I ran the (yellow)RCA video cable from the trunk to the side of the glove box. The above mentioned video shows how to take off the side of the glove box, in order to run the wire out of sight. Attach this RCA jack to the upgrade unit jack marked «read cam». I would suggest taping this connection together with electrical tape: I didn’t at first, and from jostling the unit while putting it into the dash, the connection came loose. I also ran the antennae for the GPS at this time, through the same area above the glove box.

    The biggest problem I had was knowing what wires to connect to in order to power the unit. On my 2011: if you are looking at the original radio in the dash, at the rear of the radio, the wiring harness that is all of the way on the left is the one you will need to splice into. There was a thicker red wire (connect the BATT wire from the upgrade wiring harness), a thicker black wire (connect the GRND wire from the upgrade wiring harness), and what looked like a greenish thinner wire (connect the ACC wire from the upgrade wiring harness). I did not splice in the last two wires, which are for the remote. This is only needed if you want to use the steering wheel remote to control the upgrade unit’s additional USB. Otherwise, you can just use the touchscreen to scroll between songs. If you are using the CD player, Radio, or original USB port, the steering controls will still be working.

    I also did not attach the the harness for the «zender box».

    Make sure you run the «AUX OUT» cable (the one with the small-size headphone jack) into your existing AUX jack port.

    I would highly recommend getting a back-up camera- it’s a really nice feature with this upgrade. The one I bought (http://www.amazon.com/Waterproof-Car-Reverse-Hyundai-Elantra/dp/B00X7KI7I2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s02) did NOT fit my 2011 Elantra, so I had to use a dremel and do a little customizing, but I am satisfied with the results. I hooked the red and black power wires from the camera, to the pink and black wires coming out of the reverse light bulb socket (passenger side).

    The radio looks great when installed- in my opinion it looks factory installed. It takes a moment to boot up (make sure that the included SD card is in the SD card reader, and that the reader switch in the back of the unit is turned on ). I had no errors when booting up. The GPS is nice- we compared it with google maps, and it was almost exactly the same route. The voice directions didn’t seem very loud, even after adjusting the volume. The back up camera is fantastic- nice large screen.If you are using the new USB to play your music, the sound will cut out when you are in reverse. The speedometer screen saver is off a little to the cars speedometer, but not by much. I haven’t tried to play a movie- I personally don’t see the point. The screen colors are vivid, and some of the colors are adjustable.

    Overall, if you are handy, or have a helpful friend that is handy, I would very much recommend this upgrade. Well worth the time and effort spent.

    Oh, I used these connectors for wiring the power and back up camera:http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-Help-85473-T-Taps-16-14/dp/B000CO7H7I?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s01

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t like that you have to switch between line-in and the …, April 6, 2017
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    This review is from: Farenheit F-85ELTR OEM Upgrade Multimedia Navigation with 8-Inch Monitor and Bluetooth for Hyundai Elantra 2011 (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Product is okay. Its goofy how it integrates with the existing stereo. Don’t like that you have to switch between line-in and the other stock stereo inputs. Don’t like that it has an external speaker that it plays sounds from instead of just playing them thru the stereo speakers. I most likely would go a different route next time.
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