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IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:37 am

I have the above system in my car it’s not the io play 2. It doesn’t have a screen that has a parrot style control unit with call answer fast forward rewind buttons on it.

I try pulling the whole thing out carefully and ended up with no sound from my stereo. I plugged the big orange box back in left the small one disconnected and everything worked again, so is the system totally entrenched? Or can I remove some wiring and end up plugging the original stereo back in by its original wiring and ripping out the bundle of wires that are now attached to the orange box?Image
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
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Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:41 am

By the way I have a new car, no real choice, I am to old and stif to get under a (lowered) Mk 2 these days. Image

I want to install this...

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“Alexa, where’s the nearest pie shop? Alexa play my, driving playlist!”
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
Style bar.
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Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:25 am

Shadgrind wrote:I have the above system in my car it’s not the io play 2. It doesn’t have a screen that has a parrot style control unit with call answer fast forward rewind buttons on it.

I try pulling the whole thing out carefully and ended up with no sound from my stereo. I plugged the big orange box back in left the small one disconnected and everything worked again, so is the system totally entrenched? Or can I remove some wiring and end up plugging the original stereo back in by its original wiring and ripping out the bundle of wires that are now attached to the orange box?Image

Those look like speaker loops, looks like you would need to start from scratch from the first white plug, there must be a patch lead on the bay of e.
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Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:22 am

Well to be honest that’s not actually my system I slide that picture off Google images, mine is far more entrenched of the wires just disappear down into the governance of the behind the dashboard.I am an able to see the white plug let alone touch it I’ll have another look tomorrow off now later on today while I finish off tidying up my install of the echo.in my car which is brilliant fits in the cupholder perfectly!
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
Style bar.
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Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:23 am

Sorry for any miscommunication all understanding of my messages as I am talking my messages into my iPad as I find typing difficult these days.
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
Style bar.
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Location: Hungerford

Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:25 am

That I.O System is a pain in my rear end to be honest just riled up my OCD compulsions to get rid of the orange box even though it works at the moment, I’m not looking forward to the day when it goes wrong and I have nothing to take the stereo out with!
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
Style bar.
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Location: Hungerford

Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Shadgrind » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:26 am

Cheers Wayne it’s good to be back posting on forums again after my not so brief bout of illness which is still ongoing.
Mk2 Twilight Blue. 1.8
GV Front Lip, Rear Wing. Blue LED instrument Lights. Direnza coil overs lowered quite a bit.
JDM handbrake and gear lever. K&N air filter, STD airbox.
Reversing sensors, rear view mirror display. De Tangoed lights, fitted silvered bulbs in indicators. LED sidelights. Heated seat pads fitted into seats two stage heating.
Gas strut from Corsa and remote boot solenoid!
Mk1 OPG & sender, modded temp gauge so it works (they don't normally)!
Rear spoiler, BMW clock. Mk2.5 centre console and clocks. Nardi leather steering wheel.
Low fuel Autolink light.
Ram air pipe fitted, taking air from scuttle.
Style bar.
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Re: IO Play Removal Mk3

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:23 pm

Good to see you back buddy..
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Mk 1 Eunos 93 black V.S II 1.8 ,
Mk 2 .1/4 Roadster 99 black & gold V.S 1.8 being rebuilt,
Mk 1 Eunos 90 1.6 (claimed by daughter)
MK 2.1/4 Blue V.S Roadster 1.8 99 ...being rebuilt

http://www.mx5oc.co.uk/ http://www.mx5nutz.com/forum/ http://miata.net/ http://www.autolinkuk.co.uk/

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