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Yeah I have my redline mounted in my F250, but there is room to see around. In the WK2 I have a hard time looking around the mirror itself and wouldn't want to mount the radar 24/7.


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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

Does anyone have a concealed display with the V1? If yes, where did you mount it?
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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

Any chance any of those cables outputs around 5V 1-2A (ie. USB output)?

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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

is there a way to do this on the 2014's? I looked behind the mirror and there doesn't seem to be a door opening to expose the wires...
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is there a way to do this on the 2014's? I looked behind the mirror and there doesn't seem to be a door opening to expose the wires...
Put your fingers behind the plastic towards the front of the car and pull. The whole mirror will come down. Pretty easy after that.
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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

Thanks guys.

With this guide, it took me about 20 minutes to install the cord for my Passport 9500ix in my 2011 JGC. I know it should have only taken 5, but I triple checked everything, and then had a connection problem that took some troubleshooting.

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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

regarding pulling the plastic - will this work for a Overland GC with the large module cover behind the mirror
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Re: Valentine One BlendMount with Invisicord Install

You don't by chance know if the white/green wire is supplied power even when the car is off do you? In the manual its labeled as backup lamp feed. Trying to find a wire to get power off from even when the engine is off in that area.
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