2003 Noninvasive Bluetooth and streaming

Radio and CD on my 03 work great. didn't want surgery to update. For $25- https://amzn.to/35grGIo 10% off coupon as of 4/30/2020
Sumind Wireless Radio Adapter Hands-Free Car Kit

Hands free Calls (very clear), mp3, streaming music, fast charger, sd card input, aux input, monitors alt and bat voltage, etc.

Sounds pretty good.

Even dings when a text arrives.

Best of all, the car remains unmolested
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Radio and CD on my 03 work great. didn't want surgery to update. So. $25, AMAZON.

Hands free Calls (very clear), mp3, streaming music, fast charger, sd card input, aux input, monitors alt and bat voltage, etc.

Sounds pretty good.

Even dings when a text arrives.

Best of all, the car remains unmolested
I have three of these and they work like a charm! Similar style and brand. Bluetooth for calls, listening to XM or audio books based on my phone or iPad. They are about $20 on Amazon. Now that Sirius XM is including phone/computer add on service as part of your built in radio subscription I may not replace the original radio in my tbirds. I already have 3 subscriptions in my other cars.
 
Looks interesting. For those that have it, how does it connect to your current radio? Mine is not BT enabled nor do I have a USB plug on it. Am I out of luck?
I was hoping to connect my iPhone to the radio to listen to my downloaded songs while driving.
You are in luck! The device just plugs into the cigarette lighter for power. Your phone will connect by bluetooth or mini jack plug (from your earphone jack) to the device. Then the device transmits an FM signal to your radio. You select the frequency on the device such as 89.1 and then set your radio to 89.1. Any audio signal your phone can get or has in storage such as iHeart, Sirius/XM, Spotify, audio books, etc can be sent by bluetooth to the device and then sent to your radio for your listening pleasure. I hope I described this properly.

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Bark624

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I have one very similar. These things work great. I use the power point instead of the lighter, it's more out of the way. Also, I made sure the one I purchased has an on/off switch so as not to drain the battery. Beats unplugging it overnight.
 
Non-Techie needs help!! I purchased this device in an effort to be able to listen to my XM Onyx radio. I currently swap it between my 2010 F150 and my 2010 Honda Gold Wing. Works great on both of them!!! As a non-teckie person, can someone walk me thru what I need to purchase additionally AND/OR how to set up this unit to use on my XM Onyx unit. Thanks!!
 
Today I got to use it a little further. Worked well and received two hands free calls clearly. The other party was also able to hear me well. There’s no on/off switch so remember to unplug when parking. When I left home I was on a clear frequency but ended up with another station at my destination. This thing didn’t miss a beat. Well worth the $25.

ricklove.....if you go with my XM app idea be sure that you have unlimited data for your phone.
 
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