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Here’s a description how I built in the BLP-950A radio-navigation headunit.

This is a personal description and just a


suggestion. Do keep original manuals in mind and built the unit in at your own risk!

Table of content
Removing the old radio and glove compartment: ............................................................................................... 1
Chapter Antennas ......................................................................................................................................... 27
Chapter Wires............................................................................................................................................... 29
BONUS WORK............................................................................................................................................... 34
Finishing up .................................................................................................................................................. 38

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Removing the old radio and glove compartment:
First, use a plastic knife to flip the plastic cover on the side of your glove compartment box. I didn’t have that, so I
used a regular screwdriver:

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There’s a Torx20 you need to take out as pictured:

Then, under the glove compartment you need to take out two other Torx20’s as pictured:

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Then you can take out the lower plastic cover. Do so:

Then, under the plastic guard, there are two more Hex8’s and two T20’s you need to take out:

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Next, detach the connector to the left if you have it:

Take out the four T20 screws and two Hex8’s on the top of the inner glove compartment box:

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Then you should be able to slide out the glove compartment like so. Detach all connectors. The grey one on the upper
left is easiest to take out by sliding the entire connector towards you to take it off, and then disconnect:

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Flip the plastic cover in the A-pillar with the airbag logo with your plastic knife and take out the T30 screw:

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Then flip these plastic covers and take out the Hex8 and T20 only if you want more room for placing the GPS/WiFi
receivers:

The cover holder on the other side is a plastic fixation, take out the inner part with your plastic knife and then the
outer part:

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Next, flip the cover that holds your interior lights:

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Now you should be able to pull down the roof lining without stressing it too much. This is how we can place the GPS
and WiFi receivers:

Next is the radio. Use your plastic knife to push in the grabbing pins that hold the radio fascia:

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Here you can see the pins well:

By doing one side each time, you can easily take it off:

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Next, take the cover out that surrounds your gear lever by pushing in the pins on the side with your plastic knife:

If you need to move your automatic gear shifter, behind the waterfall, under the rubber matt there’s a yellow
pushbutton that you can push in with a small screwdriver. Do so to move it to neutral. Remember to have your
parking brakes on and to be in a safe position with your vehicle:

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Now you can easily remove the cover:

Now push in the pins on the long side of the rubber covers as pictured to get to the T20’s below:

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Now take out the two long T20’s in the corner of the radio, the four T20’s around the gear lever and the two T20’s
that were covered by the rubbers from the previous photo:

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Next, take out the two T20’s on the rear of the waterfall:

Next, use your plastic knife to flip out the security connector holding these wires behind the gear changer. Be very
careful not the damage these wires!

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Now slide the connector of the center console out where you removed the rubber covers in order to remove it:

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After you have taken this of you can get to the connectors of the CCM module:

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The connector on the lower left has its security pin on the inside. So that might be tricky to remove. First take out all
other connectors and use a small thin flathead screwdriver to push in the security pin from the inside.

With all that out of the way, remove the two T20 screws that hold the headunit:

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After doing so, you can easily pull the headunit out:

Remove the three plugs from the headunit, and put the headunit aside for now, it will be used later on:

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Now we need to remove the 8 screws of the CCM, the left and right have the same locations (red arrows) and also the
four Phillips screws at the green (dotted if you print black/white) arrows:

Remove the CCM by removing the T15 screws in the black plastic:

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After you removed the screws, you can take off the rear plastic cover and remove the screws that hold the display:

When you take the chipset out, you can gently disconnect the two white connectors from the display:

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This is how you connect the display, so make sure the green is on the left, and red on the right of the control unit that
is on the CCM when it is mounted in the waterfall

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A close-up of the connection:

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Place the control unit back on the CCM. Because you cannot use the screws of the display anymore, use double-sided
tape on the upper side to make sure it sticks:

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There it is secured:

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Now make sure the extra adapter is placed between the original cable network and the red/yellow/blue/black wires go
up on the right side of the CCM when mounted (so that the black connector goes through the original display entry:

From the original display location, you should have 4 new connectors:

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Chapter Antennas
The white adapter is for apple Car play, connect it to one of the USB outlets in order to use an Apple product. The
DAB+ receiver is connected to the black USB adapter with the DAB+ logo, plug that in any other of the USA outlets in
the glove compartment.

When you attach the DAB+ antenna, place the transparent antenna and the black box on your windshield, is the
copper adhesive part to connect it to the metal of you’re a-pillar:

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See the location where and how I placed the DAB+ antenna, on the top next to the passenger side A-pillar:

(Run all your wires through the A-pillar to get to the glove compartment)

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See where I placed the Wifi Antenna and the GPS receiver:

WIFI

Chapter Wires
Now it is time to make a hole in the upper left corner of the glove compartment, see the location pointed out:
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If you have a Premium/Dynaudio soundsystem, buy a Male-to-male RCA cable like this:

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Be sure to connect the male RCA-connectors of the main harness to the female FR/FL female RCA connectors of
the harness coming from the white plug:

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Here you see which female connectors to connect with your Male-to-male RCA cable. The ones pointed out with green,
dotted arrows come from the main harness and the ones painted out with the red arrows come from the white
connector (if you do not connect like this, your sound output will be very low!):

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Now move the wired from the main harness from the glove compartment location, to the headunit location:

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BONUS WORK: extra USB cable
This is where I have the USB extension cable in the waterfall:

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Here’s another view:

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I have made a hole in the side of the center console compartment where I could get it out:

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If you take out these two screws (T15 and Philips), than you can push aside the side of the center console
compartment to guide the USB extension cable from the glove compartment area to the center compartment:

Make sure you build everything back in the reversed order!

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Finishing up
I reinstalled the waterfall with all original screws, except for the one behind the radio display. Re replaced these with
M5x40 metal screws and didn’t put them through the outer shell of the waterfall (so your beige or black part), so just
the inner waterfall (the black inner part). The black screw is the original, the metal one the new one.

Over the new screw heads and in the middle I put double-sided tape (see red protection sheets) to minimize vibration
sound. It is very sturdy if you install all other screws and does not vibrate. This way, you can still remove the new
BLP-950A if you want to. If you do not want to, use the original screws through the outer shell of the waterfall and do
not use double sided tape.

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Last step is to click the BLP-950A headunit in and enjoy your new radio/navigation system:

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