How to upgrade a 2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio with DVD player Bluetooth Mirror link HD touch screen OBD DVR Rear view camera TV USB SD 3G WIFI

To take a relaxing trip with your family on holidays in your own car, an accurate GPS navigation system is essential for you to get to your desired destination without getting lost. If your factory radio can’t support GPS, it’s a great way for you to replace your factory radio with an advanced aftermarket radio. Here I’d like to introduce a step-by-step 2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio installation guide from Seicane to you.

2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio after installation

2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio after installation

Please notice before the installation:    

1.Please apply the parking brake and remove the negative cable on the vehicle battery before the removal to ensure safety.

2.A lever and a screwdriver need to be prepared before the installation.

3.For your convenience, here’s the recommended tools for removal and installation from Seicane, please check for more details: http://www.seicane.com/car-dvd-dismantling-device-srd-400

2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio installation guide

1. Pry the vent panel and pull it out with medium force slowly. Then set it aside.

Pry the vent panel and pull it out with medium force slowly. Then set it aside

Pry the vent panel and pull it out with medium force slowly. Then set it aside

2. Now use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove both sides screws of the radio as the picture shows.

Now use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove both sides screws of the radio as the picture shows

Now use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove both sides screws of the radio as the picture shows

3. Then pull out the original radio slowly.

Then pull out the original radio slowly

Then pull out the original radio slowly

4. Disconnect the connectors behind the original radio.

Disconnect the connetors behind the original radio

Disconnect the connetors behind the original radio

5. Check all the accessories for the new Seicane car radio.

Check all the accessories for the new Seicane car radio

Check all the accessories for the new Seicane car radio

6. Connect the harnesses to the back of the new Seicane car radio.

Connect the harnesses to the back of the new Seicane car radio

Connect the harnesses to the back of the new Seicane car radio

7. Connect the Seicane car radio to your original car radio ‘s plugs.

8. Turn on the new Seicane radio to have a careful check if everything works well. If it doesn’t, please check whether all the cables are connected correctly.

9.Put the new Seicane radio into the dash.

10. Put everything into their original place. All the installation is done.

That’s all the installation instruction for a 2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio in particular. If you have any question, you can turn to your dealer for help. If it’s the first time for you to install a new unit in your car, you’d better ask a professional for help. If you don’t get an ideal head unit, I’d like to recommend an ideal 2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio from Seicane to you. For more details, you are welcome to check it out with the following link:

http://www.seicane.com/8-inch-android-autoradio-stereo-gps-navigation-system-for-2009-2012-mazda-3-with-dvd-player-bluetooth-mirror-link-hd-touch-screen-obd-dvr-rear-view-camera-tv-usb-sd-3g-wifi-ipod-s168003

This intelligent 2009-2012 MAZDA 3 car radio with a precise 3D GPS navigation system is your ideal road companion to guide you to any destination with its turn-by-turn direction and voice prompts, you don’t have to worry about getting lost any more. There are a number of languages to be compatible with this unit to meet your different requirement, such as Chinese, English, French, German, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, Thai language, Spanish, Italian, etc. Just refresh your long journey with this remarkable car radio right now!

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