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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Mon, Jun-04-2018, 06:33:11 AM   #31
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Default Re: Avin vs Dynavin vs Eonon for OEM Nav replacement

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I have the eonon and I live in Cupertino. I can let you check it out if you want. Install wasnt too hard, a good time to replace plastic tabs that are most likely brittle already.
Xp I'd really like to see an example eonon unit installed. Did you purchase the HVAC relocation bracket and where did you pick one up?

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Old Tue, Jun-05-2018, 05:49:30 AM   #32
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Default Re: Avin vs Dynavin vs Eonon for OEM Nav replacement

U dont really need that relocation kit! The heater controls fits on the bottom just ok I have mine snugly pushed In and have had 0 issues with it popping out of its place
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Thanks makes sense.

Bought the eonon unit (9150A model), but can't install due to a small roadblock. Previous owner had a radar detector unit installed that sits in the sunglass holder (supposed to be removed in order to have HVAC control bar relocated). Long story short, I can't follow the wire to the source since it goes deeper behind more interior trims I'm not comfortable removing.

Also, my fault for not researching into further but I searched online and found that we'll need a HVAC relocation kit? I had hoped the HVAC controls could just be relocated to the sunglass storage pocket that we'd remove, but that assume it was the same size lol guess not.
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Old Tue, Jun-05-2018, 05:50:58 AM   #33
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Default Re: Avin vs Dynavin vs Eonon for OEM Nav replacement

I'll get ya pics after I get home I'm on a vacation lol ending tommorw
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Xp I'd really like to see an example eonon unit installed. Did you purchase the HVAC relocation bracket and where did you pick one up?

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Old Tue, Jun-05-2018, 06:28:11 AM   #34
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U dont really need that relocation kit! The heater controls fits on the bottom just ok I have mine snugly pushed In and have had 0 issues with it popping out of its place

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Heard of that too! ahah I'll think about it... once I sort out the existing wiring issue.
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I'll get ya pics after I get home I'm on a vacation lol ending tommorw

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Nice thanks!
Here's mine no bracket

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Here's mine no bracket

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.... time to get a bracket.
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For the love of Christ, DO NOT buy Eonon. I had nothing but an absolute nightmare with it. Total dumpster fire.
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.... time to get a bracket.
I dont mind that space it has and it's going no where lol

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For the love of Christ, DO NOT buy Eonon. I had nothing but an absolute nightmare with it. Total dumpster fire.
Elaborate? That's like saying I got shoes on but dont want to walk because they are for running lol

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