I’ve taken apart my wife’s stereo head unit so many times, I think I could do it blindfolded. You remember last time, right? Well, that mod broke.
My wife just got a Subaru Outback 2.5i station wagon. She’s in love with station wagons. No, seriously. Station wagons have been her dream car body style forever. It’s like she’s been a stereotypical soccer-mom-in-training since high school. That said, by her account I drive a station wagon too. I’m not going to split hairs with her. Tomato, to–MAH-to.
Anyway, in Sarah’s previous car — which goes without saying was a station wagon — she used one of those Belkin iCarPlay iPod FM transmitters to get her iPod music into her factory stereo receiver. Since getting the Outback, I jumped at the chance to do this right. That is to say, get a better sound quality input into her car’s factory stereo.
I bought a replacement rear view mirror for my 2003 Toyota Matrix. Why? Because the factory mirror is… well, boring.
My 2003 Toyota Matrix has a reverse beep. There, I said it.
I don’t like DRLs. So I killed mine!