Is there an easy way to add Bluetooth connectivity for both music and phone and a car that doesn’t have an iPod connector I’ve looked at the unit from Dennison and would appreciate any and or all advice I’d rather that replaced the head unit but I’m open to that option thanks in advance for all the help


I have a good suggestion for you. Do you think you will be able to pull out the head unit? If so, let me know and I will tell you what to do.

Are you planing on doing this on your own? You can remove the head unit and install an aux input on the back. Then you can use a Bluetooth recevicer that connects to the aux input. This will allow you to get both hands free calling and music through the HU. This is good setup in my mind and will run you under $50 and about 1 to 2 hours if you plan on doing it yourself.

Another option is to use an aftermakret HU. Here are a few examples. 

Hope this helps.

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