Have been too busy with other things to fulfill my picture, review, how I did it entry here.
Safe to say, if you are just putting in a new head-unit like I was, this is very easy to do. Choose a stereo, buy a wiring ahrness for the model of your car, wire the harness to the radio, remove all the bits needed and your old stereo, install the new one.
Our older car now had iPhone handsfree calling and ipod compatibility. Pretty slick.
Here is what I want to make to stick in my bug out bag:
Super Cat Stove
It’s versatile. It can run on all sorts of liquid fuel. It’s easily made from every day trash: low tech. So, yes, while I will pre-make one and stick it in my emergency, earthquake, bug out bag, learning how to make this and general use is more important then actually having one.
It’s not about a precious high tech pressurized camp stove. It is about the knowledge to make a low tech stove solution from a discarded can.
I got the wiring harness all wired, crimped, and set to go. I’ve been feeling a bit lazy in the evenings after work not wanting to tinker with the car. This weekend though I’m going to make an effort to pop apart the dash console and give this a go. (gulp)