Yes, please show us. I have the 8500 and ordered the hardwire kit. I have the Beltronics RX 65 (bought out by Escort I think) in my red charger and ordered a hardwire kit for it as well. I am apprehensive about pulling back headliners or pillars to install and was thinking about having it done at the dealer. So please show some pics
07' Dodge Charger SRT8 Option Group III w/sunroof, Mopar CAI and Zoomers!
05' Dodge Viper SRT10 Roadster "Copperhead Edition" #63 of 300, K&N CAI, Random Tech catbacks, clear film bra
05' Dodge Neon SXT (My Commuter)
I took this picture to show the wood dash kit I had painted in Silver Steel. But you can see my escort, to the left.
I have always added a tint stripe to the inside of my front windshield. So when I suction cup mount the radar, you don't see the suction cups or the radar detector, from the outside. If you look, in the picture, you can see the escort wire going just behind the rear view mirror. It then goes through the slot, in the middle of the headliner. Run the wire towards the driver A pillar. You will need to pop back the A pillar. Run the passport wire through that. Then work your way down the side of the dash. Find a power source to tap from.
I even read that some 300Cforum members shortened the wire length by tapping into the rear view mirror for power. I believe the SRT Chargers come with a powered (auto dim feature, etc.) mirror.
If you have other vehicles. You can buy more hard wire kits and install them in all of your vehicles. Then take the one escort with you from car to truck to car again, etc. Daily commute, family vacations/road trips, etc.
2007 Dodge ChargerSRT SuperBee (0993/1000)
2012 Chrysler 300S
Sold but not forgotten
2006 Chrysler 300SRT
2006 Dodge MagnumSRT
Last edited by FreebirdSRT; 01-23-2007 at 08:05 PM.
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.