INSTALLATION VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS
Installation video for Mazda 3 2010-2013
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.
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Kyran from Montreal, Quebec, Canada –
“I heard about GTA car kits from an automotive forum when searching for ipod adapters for the Mazdaspeed3. Prior to buying the GTA Car Kit I was using an AUX cable to play my iphone through my car’s speakers. I picked the GTA Car Kit because I wanted a better quality sound when playing my music while also being able to charge my iPhone.
Shipping was extremely fast as I received my Car Kit within 2-3 business days following my order online.
The installation of the GTA Car Kit was extremely easy thanks to yours detailed and easy-to-follow youtube videos which take you step-by-step through the entire process, a no brainer! I did not have to buy any extra tools, just a screwdriver and 20 minutes of my time.
I am using an iPhone 4 with my GTA Car Kit and I ran the iPod cable from the back of the radio through the tray just underneath the cigarette lighter.
The features of the GTA Car Kit I liked the most were: ease of installation, charging of iPhone 4, high quality playback (CD quality) and increase in functionality of my car’s stock stereo.
In my opinion, the ability to play/charge my iPhone through my stock radio was definitely worth the money and is a great investment for cars that did not come equipped with such features. I would definitely recommend the GTA Car Kit to my friends.”
Tim from Saint Louis, Missouri, USA –
“Thanks GTA ! Installed on my 2012 Mazda 3i in about 10 minutes and it works exactly like you said it would. I think sound quality is better than the Aux Cable that I was using too!! I couldn’t be happier with your product.
The install video made all the difference for me in deciding to buy or not to buy, when I saw how easy it was to install, I decided that I could do this and purchased your product. Thanks.”
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Pete from New Zealand –
Thank you very much for the awesome Mazda 2010 car kit, it went in just like the video showed and worked exactly as it should.
But most surprising was that it only took 6 days to get from the USA to New Zealand i was completely blown away by how fast the shipping was. My wife gave me a real shock by saying how good it sounds and she never notices that sort of thing.
Once again thank you and next time I buy a car I will definitely be getting another one of your kits.”
Francois, Quebec City, QC, Canada –
Received my order in just 3 days.
I had viewed the installation video a few times before I placed my order. As soon as I received the kit I was anxious to make the installation. Gathered the few tools I needed and began the disassembly.
I have to say that your video instructions are priceless and that the entire installation took roughly 40 minutes. No problems whatsoever in retrieving the radio unit, making the connections, running the wire through the console or placing the wire harness and radio unit back in the car.
The unit works perfectly well and I can now enjoy operating my IPOD through the steering wheel mounted controls.
Excellent product and installation instruction video.
Thumbs up !!!”
Michael from Queensland, Australia –
“I found GTA Car Kits recommended on a car forum. I had an FM transmitter before, but it sounded terrible, and the cradle kept falling over whenever I went around a corner.
Shipping time was about what I would expect for an international shipment.
Installation was quite simple thanks to the comprehensive video. No extra tools were requried and it only took me about 10 minutes.
I use iPhone 4S with the cable running to the centre console.
I like that GTA Car Kit sounds better than FM transmitters, it allows control via the cars stereo controls (on the steering wheel) and that it also charges my phone.
Overall it’s pretty damn good product!
Comment from lxa7 (YouTube user) –
“Just got this thing installed on my 2010 mazdaspeed3.
It took around 1 hour. The hardest part is hiding the iPod cable underneath the center console. It was a little bit tricky when putting the head unit back to the slot, since there were whole bunch of wires, need to get them organized before I could put it back.
Overall It works perfectly as it said. The sound is much clearer than Bluetooth streaming, and the steering control is still functional. The only problem is that the song’s title doesn’t show on the screen when it’s in manual mode.
Update from GTA Car Kits: song title is supposed to work like this. It is limitation of apple products – when the iPod app is not locked, there is no way to sync the current song information with your stereo.”