• Bluetooth and iPhone/iPod/AUX Kits for Honda Accord 2003-2007

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    Bluetooth and iPhone/iPod/AUX Kits for Honda Accord 2003-2007

    From: $89 USD

    GTA Car Kit for Honda Accord 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 is all you need to integrate your smartphone, tablet or mp3 player with your stock car stereo system.

    We offer iPod/iPhone/iPad/AUX Wired kit with Bluetooth Extension port and Pure Bluetooth with AUX. Please refer to the table below to find detailed comparison between these two products.

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    • Important notice: active satellite radio is not supported

      As GTA Car Kit is using the same port as a satellite radio, it is not possible to have them both active.
      Therefore you will have to disconnect your satellite radio during GTA Car Kit installation.

    • Product Comparison: iPod/iPhone/iPad/AUX Wired VS Pure Bluetooth

      Feature
       
      iPod/iPhone/iPad/AUX WiredPure Bluetooth with AUX
      Audio StreamingThrough Apple 30-pin or AUX 3.5mm cables.
      Optional Bluetooth Extension (sold separately) allows to stream audio wirelessly.
       
      Wirelessly through Bluetooth or through AUX 3.5mm cable
       
      Track SwitchingFrom car stereo controls or steering wheel (iPod/iPhone/iPad only).
      Note: wireless streaming through Bluetooth Extension does not support switching tracks via car stereo controls.
       
      From car stereo controls and/or steering wheel for Bluetooth paired devices including iPhone and Android phones.
       
      Sound QualityCD quality or betterCD quality or better
      Hands-free callingRequires Bluetooth Extension (sold separately)Supported. Receive calls and hang-up the phone via car stereo controls.
      ChargingSupported via 30-pin Apple Cable (only works with Apple products)Built-in USB charging port (charging cable not included in the kit)
      Kit InstallationInstallation requires the removal of the stock radio and connecting the kit at the back via open external CD-changer port.
      Apple and AUX cables have to be wired outside.
      If installing Bluetooth Extension (sold separately) - microphone has to be wired as close to the driver's mouth as possible (preferably to A-pillar).
       
      Installation requires the removal of the stock radio and connecting the kit at the back via open external CD-changer port.
      AUX Cable and optional Charging Cable have to be wired outside. Microphone has to be wired as close to the driver's mouth as possible (preferably to A-pillar).
       
      Supported devices- All iPods, iPhones and iPads are supported, newer generation devices require Apple Lightning adapter (not included in the kit)
      - AUX cable lets you connect any device with a 3.5mm jack
      - Bluetooth Extension (sold separately) supports any bluetooth-enabled device including Apple, Android, Windows and Blackberry phones and tablets
       
      - Any bluetooth-enabled device including Apple, Android, Windows and Blackberry phones and tablets
      - AUX cable lets you connect any device with a 3.5mm jack
       
      Kit content- Vehicle Specific Harness
      - Main Module
      - Apple 30-pin cable
      - AUX cable
      - Splitter Y cable (only when XM or Navigation stereo type is selected)
       
      - Vehicle Specific Harness
      - Main Module
      - AUX cable
      - Bluetooth Microphone
      - Splitter Y cable (only when XM or Navigation stereo type is selected)
       
      PriceStarts at $89 USDStarts at $139 USD
    • Pure Bluetooth Installation and Usage video for Honda Accord 2003-2007



      Disclaimer: install at your own risk
      GTA Car Kits is not responsible and should not be liable for any damages caused to you or your vehicle during installation of the kit. All installation videos on this website and GTA Car Kit's YouTube channel provided as a reference only. If you don't feel comfortable with DIY installation - please contact a car audio professional in your local area.
    • AUX and iPhone kit installation/usage video for Honda Accord 2003-2007



      Disclaimer: install at your own risk
      GTA Car Kits is not responsible and should not be liable for any damages caused to you or your vehicle during installation of the kit. All installation videos on this website and GTA Car Kit's YouTube channel provided as a reference only. If you don't feel comfortable with DIY installation - please contact a car audio professional in your local area.
    • Bluetooth Extension installation/usage video for Honda Accord 2003-2007



      Disclaimer: install at your own risk
      GTA Car Kits is not responsible and should not be liable for any damages caused to you or your vehicle during installation of the kit. All installation videos on this website and GTA Car Kit's YouTube channel provided as a reference only. If you don't feel comfortable with DIY installation - please contact a car audio professional in your local area.
    • Car Holder installation/usage video for Honda Accord 2003-2007



      Disclaimer: install at your own risk
      GTA Car Kits is not responsible and should not be liable for any damages caused to you or your vehicle during installation of the kit. All installation videos on this website and GTA Car Kit's YouTube channel provided as a reference only. If you don't feel comfortable with DIY installation - please contact a car audio professional in your local area.
    • Compatibility list

    • Reviews (21)

      1. :

        My 2004 Honda Accord has a factory receiver. Ever since I purchased my first iPhone a few years ago, I’ve wanted to have the ability to access my iTunes music in the car. I’ve installed audio systems for numerous other cars over the years, and considered upgrading the Accord. When I first researched replacement solutions for my Accord, I learned that the entire head unit would need to be replaced, as there were no aftermarket solutions that would integrate with the factory unit without the GPS or Sirius/XM features. The only alternative was an $80 FM wireless transmitter that I installed. It was the best they offered at the local audio shop, who’s won national awards for their custom audio installations, but being transmitted through FM, the audio quality was not great.

        I recently searched for a replacement head unit for the Accord when I found GTA Car Kits. The price for the Pure Bluetooth solution was reasonable, at less than half the cost of an aftermarket replacement head unit. The shipping was quick. And GTA Car Kits had a step-by-step setup video for my specific car that made installation super easy. Everything covered in the video was exactly as it was in my car.

        The Pure Bluetooth audio solution was easy to install because it attaches directly to the factory receiver using a pre-made connection block, designed specifically for the factory receiver. It literally was plug and play. One connection, that was all. The system works exactly as described in the installation video and the audio quality is as good as if the factory unit actually came with Bluetooth – as good as popping a CD into the drive!

        I am absolutely satisfied with the Pure Bluetooth system and highly recommend it to others.

        Dan
        Central Virginia, USA

      2. :

        Purchased the Pure bluetooth for 2004 Honda Accord. Received within 3 shipping days. Less then 30 minutes to put the kit in and very easy when following the video. Bluetooth connects cleanly and quickly sound is very clear. Best thing is the steering controls work for volume and answering the phone.

        thanks A+++

      3. :

        Works just like advertised. Thank you gta car kits. Also if you have xm radio make sure you get the extra plug wire. It costs a couple dollars more but you don’t loose anything. You wont loose ability to use your cd player with this gta car kit unlike a lot of other car kits on the market. Next Im gonna get the Bluetooth.

      4. :

        Had a 65 degree day in mid January here in Kansas, so I thought I’d install the kit today. I prepared for a long complicated install. I watched the install video, but was a bit apprehensive. It looked too easy.
        Could not have been any better! I had all my tools ready, including the magnet, which I needed. 30 minutes, start to finish and my daughters car had the XM radio, which is just a bit different on the wiring.
        Thank You to GTA and the young man who did the install video.

      5. :

        I just installed this kit in my daughter’s car and, I gotta say, it was soooooo easy to do! And, she LOVES it!!! I gotta give a shout-out to the maker of the video as it was very easy to follow. Great product and will recommend it to everyone. Thanks GTA!!!!

      6. :

        This video saved me so much time, and money, as did the car kit itself. Everything works great! Only issue I noticed was the iPod cord came out when I was trying to put the cubby back in, and tested my iPod again. I took the cubby back out (good thing I didn’t screw anything back in and thought to test it one more time) and taped the cord to the kit in a criss-cross style to hold it in place (I used electrical tape), I bought the Bluetooth Extension too, but didn’t feel like putting it on yet (since it was so easy to do all of this, I don’t mind having to do it over again if/when I do feel like putting the Bluetooth in). I think altogether this took me, maybe, 30 mins to do from start to finish. I drilled the hole for the cords in the cubby on the bottom back left hand side, since I put the car kit on that side at a 45* angle.

        Overall, I’m really please with the quality of the product and the tutorial. The whole thing is awesome. :D

        Oh, for reference, I’ve never done anything like this or remotely similar. I usually just add washer fluid, fill the tires, and change the wiper blades, so I have no experience with this whatsoever. That being said, getting everything set up was incredibly easy and it sounds great. Thanks so much!!

      7. :

        My kit just arrived and went in to my 2007 Accord LX in under 30 minutes. Working great. Super easy install…can’t believe I waited this long. Thanks GTA!

      8. :

        I got the GTA car kit to put in a 2004 honda accord EX-L. It works great and my son (who drives the car) loves it. We followed the video with no issues. However, when we got to the part where you find the port to plug the cable in; it was not there. This car has the Satellite radio option and port is on the back of the radio. (not on the bottom like the one in the video)If you have the same, just plan on some extra time to get the white plug out because there isn’t much room to get it out. Once you get it out you replace the plug with a white y cable. The rest should be the same.

      9. :

        I just purchased the GTA car kit and bluetooth accessory adapter for my 2007 honda accord, and it’s AMAZING. I was skeptical at first because it was so inexpensive for what I was getting, but the product is great. It has crystal clear sound for both myself and the person on the other end of the call… the music through bluetooth works great with my iPhone 5S. I connected my iPod nano (with though screen) to the adapter, and it works great. Installation only took be about 20 minutes. I watched the youtube tutorials that are provided a few times, so I had a good idea what I was doing when I got into my car.

        We also have a 2009 Toyota Prius that I am going to buy this kit for. I can’t wait to try it in there as well.

        Great product! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

        Bryan
        Sacramento, CA

      10. :

        One year ago, I purchased the GTA Car kit for my 2007 Honda Accord. It works great and took less than 20 minutes to install. I was on the GTACarkit website today to purchase the bluetooth connection as that was not available when I purchased the kit.

        I had one issue that was probably caused by me or my daughter pulling the 3.5 mm jack to plug in a device. The 3.5 mm jack was not fully plugged into the GTA Car kit module. Someone suggested taping this in so it doesn’t get pulled out.

        I would recommend this kit to anyone. I suggest watching the video several times after the install to learn the radio interface and what the buttons on the radio and steering wheel do.

        After reconnecting the 3.5mm, one thing I changed which was suggested by someone is moving the module back to near the middle storage box between the seats and drilling the hole in the front of that so the wires come out of that. The module sits under the cup holders and the 3.5mm and IPhone jack come out through there. This allows the front storage box to close with no wires coming out of it and it moves the cords back where a person(My daughter) in the back seat can connect their device and control the music. The decision to allow my daughter to control the music has been questioned several times.

      11. :

        This video saved me so much time, and money, as did the car kit itself. Everything works great!

        Only issue I noticed was the iPod cord came out when I was trying to put the cubby back in, and tested my iPod again. I took the cubby back out (good thing I didn’t screw anything back in and thought to test it one more time) and taped the cord to the kit in a criss-cross style to hold it in place (I used electrical tape).

        I bought the Bluetooth Extension too, but didn’t feel like putting it on yet (since it was so easy to do all of this, I don’t mind having to do it over again if/when I do feel like putting the Bluetooth in).

        I think altogether this took me, maybe, 30 mins to do from start to finish. I drilled the hole for the cords in the cubby on the bottom back left hand side, since I put the car kit on that side at a 45* angle.

        Overall, I’m really please with the quality of the product and the tutorial. The whole thing
        is awesome. :D Oh, for reference, I’ve never done anything like this or remotely similar. I usually just add washer fluid, fill the tires, and change the wiper blades, so I have no experience with this whatsoever. That being said, getting everything set up was incredibly easy.

      12. :

        I am soo satisfied with this product. I received quickly and installed myself (female and all).

        I was worried since my radio wasn’t “fully functioning” that it wouldn’t work.(my cd player doesn’t play)
        But I had emailed you guys a little while back and you assured me a full money back guarantee.
        Love this product!
        Very easy to install & great quality!

      13. :

        I just wanted to say thanks for making such an awesome product. I’m very much a girl that believes on paying people to do things right, but I saw your YouTube tutorial on hooking up the car kit and although the task seemed daunting I was determined to give it a try.

        A company here in Connecticut offered to hook it up for $125 but I thought I’d give it try. In about 30 minutes, I was able to remove the center pocket, hook up the kit, drill a hole in the pocket, and put everything back together. With the proper tools, there’s no damage to my vehicle and for the first time my iPod sounds great no matter where I drive.

        You’ve made this customer extremely happy and I am spreading the word!

        Thanks

      14. :

        My GTA car kit arrived earlier this week, and I just hooked it up… It’s awesome! I’d been using Zipcar for a year and a half, and took it for granted that I could hook up my iPod to cars…
        But I couldn’t do it in my ’04 Accord. Your kit did the job perfectly – thanks!

        Ruban L.

      15. :

        My daughter found out about GTA Car Kits on the Internet.
        We tried transmitters, and considered after-market radio replacement. The transmitters worked poorly, especially in urban areas, and radio replacement was expensive and ruined the factory look of the dash. The GTA kits looked simple to install and use.

        Shipping was very fast. (one of the kits wasn’t in stock, so there was a short wait. But then again, it was Christmas…)

        Very easy installation. It took about 15 min to install. No unusual tool were required. The video was a great help both for installation, and as a way to understand the unit before purchase.

        We use iPod Touch. On both cars, the cables were run to the box under the radio.

        I didn’t see anything needing improvement. It’s a well thought out and constructed unit.

        Overall, it was a great experience. I installed them in my daughters cars, and haven’t heard of any complaints. I believe they work just as expected.

        These kits are a terrific value. I know which kit I’ll put in my car when I need an AUX input. (I’m NOT an apple drone)

      16. :

        I found your product on Youtube. I think I saw another product on Youtube but it looked a little cheap, so I picked you.

        The shipping was fine. Installation was very straightforward and was very quick. I bought a drill and a unibit to create the opening for the cables. The installation video on Youtube was great, very to-the-point; I thought it would be a lot more difficult to install something like this, but it was actually really easy to do.

        I use an Apple iPod (6th generation). I ran the cables through the top of the center cubby, pretty much like in the video.

        I am really happy to being able to get rid of my FM iPod transmitter which was awful in general but especially on long car trips when I had to change radio frequencies because I’d drive into an area where the frequency I was using was for some radio station and sometimes empty frequencies were hard to find. I really liked the instruction video. I also like how the iPod jack also charges the device while you use it.

        I’m really happy with the end result, and the installation was actually fun!

      17. :

        I love you. I watched the video on how to install the car kit like 4 times, got the car kit in 2 DAYS, and had it hooked up within 10 minutes.

        I couldnt ask for it to have gone any better. I was super skeptical about this but decided to give it a shot, and i wasnt let down. …

        Still shoked on this, this kit is 30-40 dollars cheaper than the other kits that offer the same control and it still does the job beautifully…

        I have 2005 accord. I just layed the converter box to the side and ran the cables through a hole I drilled on top of the center pocket.

      18. :

        Great Buy! got it last week and took some time emailing to make sure everything was all good and you guys were a great help!

        Awesome kit. same price as multiple parts for JUST an aux. and even better with sound quality and set up. It was so good I found this page just to write a review.

        Very Very satisfied!! THANK YOU GTA CAR KITS!

      19. :

        Hi there. I just installed the car kit an a honda accord 2003 with navigation system and it works really good.

        I had some problems when I started the installation.. the connector for the new cable was’t there, so I look and look and it was to my left side of the radio (white)hanging right there in a harness loop. I checked the shape of it and it was the right one. It was the male side and I order the extra Y cable for navigation system the female side.

        All I can said is that it works better than one in Best Buy. I had the one from Best Buy and that one connects to your antenna so you will lose some of your radio stations..

        Have a good day!!

      20. :

        amazing kit i got it just this afternoon like an eager kid and actually installed it in 10 mins . given that i removed the parts the night before .
        amazing quality and sound that it produces CD quality and its very simple and compact….. i highly recommend it.

        oh one thing get yourself a magnet cuz it took me almost an hour to put the last 2 screw back in cuz it? kept falling on me …but the GTA car kit for the accord is highly recommended wonderful product.

      21. :

        Hi,

        Just wanted to let you know that your product is fantastic. It does what it is supposed to. I really like the hybrid mode. The YouTube video is really helpful too. I installed the kit in 30 minutes on my Accord 2006 and I’m enjoying the music from my iPhone4 in the car.

        I will recommend this product to my friends.

        Thanks

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