How to install VLine VL2 CarPlay Android Auto System into glove box

When installing VLine VL2 CarPlay Android Auto system it is important to position the main "brain" unit into the accessible location. It will help you to manage and maintain device when needed. When installing VLine VL2 or VLite VT2 CarPlay® Android Auto® Systems, you will need to make sure that you install it in the location that is free of obstacles that can damage the device Bluetooth antenna or connecting cables.

In this video we provide you wityh the guidelines regarding to how you can route the VLine VL2 or VLite VT2 CarPlay Android Auto System into the glove box of your vehicle. This specific vehicle is Acura MDX 2014, but you can use this guidelines when installing into any other vehicles. Please keep in mind your individual vehicle specifics and be careful when installing the equipment.

We are not liable for any damages acquired during your installation process. If you are not sure in your ability to perform the installation please seek the help of the professional.

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