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Hello from Barcelona!

I have just installed the Tesla Style on my 2008 FX35, and it looks great.

I have lost some features from the original system, such as options configuration menu, TPMS indication... that only appears on original system (this is an android tablet with A/C control).

I'm using original reverse camera, using an adaptor cable sent by seller (Aliexpress from China)

If anyone knows how to access to internal car menu through this android system (maybe using bluetooth OBD2 adaptor and a soft) it would be great. Same for TMPS values (now I only have low pressure indication on dashboard :()

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I need help!! I’m having the same problems ! I also disconnected the 36 pin and still
Can’t control my ac!!
 

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I cannot find this 32 pin plug. Can someone help me out? I have an 08 FX35. I had 3 service techs on video call yesterday with little help. The video with no audio was a joke.

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Anyone the following issue with the KiriNavi 10.4" Android 10.0 Car Radio that has been installed by various people who have posted here?

Everything worked flawlessly since January this year when I installed it. After taking the FX in for another issue, (ABS/Slip/AWD/VDC OFF/BRAKE lights are all on not due to the ABS wheel sensors) the AC controls now only allow me to adjust the fan speed with the touchscreen. The AC is on all the time and the temperature cannot be adjusted. I disconnected/reconnected the battery. I confirmed the correct CANBUS protocol (I had previously reset the entire radio by mistake during the install so I am familiar with how to set the vehicle-specific CANBUS protocol using the 3368 passcode). Any thoughts?


Update. I disconnected the wire to the 36 pin harness behind the glove box, turned the radio on then off, then reconnected the wire to the harness and I got partial AC control function back. Then I disconnected the 36 pin harness again, disconnected the battery for about an hour, reconnected the battery, then reconnected the 36 pin wire harness, and the tesla unit is now fully functional again.
 

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Hello from Barcelona!

I have just installed the Tesla Style on my 2008 FX35, and it looks great.

I have lost some features from the original system, such as options configuration menu, TPMS indication... that only appears on original system (this is an android tablet with A/C control).

I'm using original reverse camera, using an adaptor cable sent by seller (Aliexpress from China)

If anyone knows how to access to internal car menu through this android system (maybe using bluetooth OBD2 adaptor and a soft) it would be great. Same for TMPS values (now I only have low pressure indication on dashboard :()

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Do you have a picture or can you describe this adapter? I still can’t the factory rear camera to work and I know Many others cannot either.


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Hello from Barcelona!

I have just installed the Tesla Style on my 2008 FX35, and it looks great.

I have lost some features from the original system, such as options configuration menu, TPMS indication... that only appears on original system (this is an android tablet with A/C control).

I'm using original reverse camera, using an adaptor cable sent by seller (Aliexpress from China)

If anyone knows how to access to internal car menu through this android system (maybe using bluetooth OBD2 adaptor and a soft) it would be great. Same for TMPS values (now I only have low pressure indication on dashboard :()

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Hi, I have just installed an android radio, but the original rear camera is not working anymore. Do you have a link to the adaptor cable? My car is a 2003 FX45, so your cable might not fit my car, but at least I would have an idea what to look for. Thanks.
 

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I still have not found this 32 pin connector behind the glove compartment. Can someone do a video to help me find it? I had 3 support techs on a Zoom call from Phoenix with no help. I need to get this sorted out.

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I still have not found this 32 pin connector behind the glove compartment. Can someone do a video to help me find it? I had 3 support techs on a Zoom call from Phoenix with no help. I need to get this sorted out.

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Have you found the 32 pin connector yet? After you fully remove your glove box, lay down and look up towards the backside of the dash. You should see an opening where you can stick you finger in. The 32 pin connector is connected to a module back there. Hopefully this makes sense.

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Have you found the 32 pin connector yet? After you fully remove your glove box, lay down and look up towards the backside of the dash. You should see an opening where you can stick you finger in. The 32 pin connector is connected to a module back there. Hopefully this makes sense.

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I have been all back there. I have completely taken out the glove compartment. Looked all behind and above to area back there. Nothing.

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Hello All. I got mine installed yesterday -- first time I've done anything like this. I read through all the replies and noticed several folks have problems with their AC not functioning properly without unplugging that 32-pins plug under the glove compartment. I have '03 FX45 without the NAV feature. I did not have to unplug that 32-pins nor did anything with my glove box/compartment. However, there's a grey flat box that someone pointed earlier and it is located in the middle layer of the old radio head unit. I believe this grey box is the AC control? Anyhow, there are three plugs on it and I left this entire grey AC control box plugged in. Meaning, however it was installed by the OEM, I left it as-is and simply unscrewed it from the metal casing/shell. The AC controls both on the touch screen UI and the physical button on the new Android unit works fine. I get cold air, can increase or decrease the temperature and able to change the default celsius to fahrenheit.

All other features work okay e.g. Music, AM/FM, Maps, CarPlay and programmable steering works. The following three items I have not been able to figure it out.

1. My FX45 doesn't have OEM backup camera. My Android unit came with a backup camera and I have spent several hours but could not get it to work. I looked at several videos on Youtube about general backup camera installation and they mostly mentioned to tap the red wire that pig tailed with the AV cable to an accessory power source at the front of the vehicle. The entire Android unit, I don't see a red wire sticking out anywhere to tap a red cable into. When I back up the vehicle, I see a black screen split with the yellow lines but pretty much no image. At least on reverse, it triggers the blank video screen. [Major]

2. Static sounds problem. When CarPlay or radio plays, I don't hear the static sound. When no audio sources are active, I do hear statics or constant noise from the speakers. In one of the earlier replies, I saw someone figured it out by using a AV cable and tap it onto a screw to the back of the Android unit? It wasn't very clear on that user's reply but would be great to get rid of the static sound. [Minor]

3. My unit came with a dongle for cellular connection. I used an LTE SIM card and it didn't work and both SIM slots still indicate empty. Perhaps I needed an actual 4G SIM card instead? I thought LTE SIM card was backward compatible with 4G. [Minor]

It looks better than the OEM stereo but I mean it could be better for a $600 on an after market unit. If I can get item 1 above to work, which I labeled as "Major" then it would be great. Getting backup camera to work to me was important. If anyone has any tips, I'm all ears. I bought mine from AliExpress by the way.

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Hello All. I got mine installed yesterday -- first time I've done anything like this. I read through all the replies and noticed several folks have problems with their AC not functioning properly without unplugging that 32-pins plug under the glove compartment. I have '03 FX45 without the NAV feature. I did not have to unplug that 32-pins nor did anything with my glove box/compartment. However, there's a grey flat box that someone pointed earlier and it is located in the middle layer of the old radio head unit. I believe this grey box is the AC control? Anyhow, there are three plugs on it and I left this entire grey AC control box plugged in. Meaning, however it was installed by the OEM, I left it as-is and simply unscrewed it from the metal casing/shell. The AC controls both on the touch screen UI and the physical button on the new Android unit works fine. I get cold air, can increase or decrease the temperature and able to change the default celsius to fahrenheit.

All other features work okay e.g. Music, AM/FM, Maps, CarPlay and programmable steering works. The following three items I have not been able to figure it out.

1. My FX45 doesn't have OEM backup camera. My Android unit came with a backup camera and I have spent several hours but could not get it to work. I looked at several videos on Youtube about general backup camera installation and they mostly mentioned to tap the red wire that pig tailed with the AV cable to an accessory power source at the front of the vehicle. The entire Android unit, I don't see a red wire sticking out anywhere to tap a red cable into. When I back up the vehicle, I see a black screen split with the yellow lines but pretty much no image. At least on reverse, it triggers the blank video screen. [Major]

2. Static sounds problem. When CarPlay or radio plays, I don't hear the static sound. When no audio sources are active, I do hear statics or constant noise from the speakers. In one of the earlier replies, I saw someone figured it out by using a AV cable and tap it onto a screw to the back of the Android unit? It wasn't very clear on that user's reply but would be great to get rid of the static sound. [Minor]

3. My unit came with a dongle for cellular connection. I used an LTE SIM card and it didn't work and both SIM slots still indicate empty. Perhaps I needed an actual 4G SIM card instead? I thought LTE SIM card was backward compatible with 4G. [Minor]

It looks better than the OEM stereo but I mean it could be better for a $600 on an after market unit. If I can get item 1 above to work, which I labeled as "Major" then it would be great. Getting backup camera to work to me was important. If anyone has any tips, I'm all ears. I bought mine from AliExpress by the way.

Thank you for reading.
I added an aftermarket back up cam to my FX and only needed to tapped the red and black wired to the reverse light. I left the red wire in the front alone and plugged the yellow A/V cable to the end that say "back cam"
 

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I added an aftermarket back up cam to my FX and only needed to tapped the red and black wired to the reverse light. I left the red wire in the front alone and plugged the yellow A/V cable to the end that say "back cam"
Thank you for your reply. I have tried this and have failed to get the backup cam to work. My Android unit doesn't have that wire label "back cam" by the way. I also received a chat reply from the seller stating that this Android unit does not support the OEM backup camera that came with the vehicle. I did clarified to the seller that the camera I've been trying to install is the same one they sent me and he/she totally ignored my concern afterward. I basically gave up on their backup camera that came with the entire package. The package also came with the DVR recorder for front facing camera and I mounted this to the back windshield instead to use as my backup cam. I had to cut one of the wire on the Android unit to prevent the system from triggering the black screen when backing up.

UPDATE to my original post about the cellular dongle. After I unplugged the power from the battery and reconnected it, the Android unit rebooted and it now recognizes the LTE SIM card and I have internet.
 

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I have been all back there.i h made completely takennout the glove compartment. Looked all behind and above to area back there. Nothing.

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I had the same issue. lol. take a look at pics I posted in this thread. maybe it will help:
 

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I also finally got my Kirinav unit working with my FX35 2008 after a few weeks of tinkering. The gotcha are all mentioned already:
  1. make sure the factory gray AC controller was left plugged in, which powers the HAVC.
  2. make sure the 32 pin connector behind glove box is unplugged and connected to the Kirinav connector with 2 green wires 原车协议 (factory interface.) This passes through the temperature info, HVAC control, door sensors and backup sensor.
  3. for factory backup camera, check if the connector is wired correctly. This guide has the correct wiring. You can find similar information on the service manual "DRIVER INFORMATION SYSTEM" section which you can find a copy online. You want terminal 15 and 4 for RCA pos/neg respectively but the one I received had 14 and 2 instead. I wasn't able to get the pre-installed pins out so I bought connector and wires myself.

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Otherwise reasonably satisfied with the unit. I still need to clean up the wiring, AC fans, USB pass through etc so might write back later with my user experience. Wireless Carplay works pretty well but gets spotty at times. Last couple days I had some audio issue with Carplay (it gets cut out randomly) so still need to figure out if something went loose during my tinkering.
Hey man, I hope your doing good. So I got the Tesla type screen and I am dealing with the same issues you mentioned about not having the 32pin connecter plugged in. I wanted to know if we could exchange contact and I could perhaps chat with you over the phone to see if you could make sure all the steps I’ve done so far are ok. I’m going to remove the connector tomorrow behind the glove box but figured I would see if you’d be able to have a second pair of eyes on the final process.
Everything else works. Just hvac is left.
 
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