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Integrated laser jammer and radar detector installation...

Discussion in 'Model X' started by ellisina4, Oct 17, 2016.

  1. ellisina4

    ellisina4 Member

    Jul 1, 2016
    #1 ellisina4, Oct 17, 2016
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2016
    Hello all,
    I am planning to install the intergrated radar detector and laser jammer in my wife's Tesla Model X. I am pretty much set on AL Priority jammer system and their Net radar detector. Since the car is leased, I am planning to install everything myself as to avoid recurring install/deinstall costs.
    Anyone installed AL Priority system in the Model X and can provide help on how to get through the firewall? I can possibly use their Bluetooth module to avoid that but that would require constant use of iPhone with ALP app running, not something my wife would be willing to do... do not ask me why... as it requires getting the phone out of the purse and so on...
    If someone installed any other system and can provide recommendations on getting through firewall, that would be great also.
    Also, did you have to remove the front bumper to install the radar detector or run the wiring for the laser jammer heads?
    Thank you much.
  2. VerityZooms

    VerityZooms Member

    Apr 19, 2016
    Chicago, IL
    I'm doing some similar running of wiring for a HAM transceiver; you'lol probably beat me to it, as I'm lazy and slow, but if you don't — I'll share whatever I find out. (Might want to re-title the thread something about “wiring through the firewall,” though.)
  3. Andy96734

    Andy96734 New Member

    Nov 20, 2016
    Kailua HI
    Just installed one but finding the Bluetooth module is not working well as it is under and behind too much stuff even at top of interior of frunk, So everything is out side cabin with warning/status LED under lip of hood. So ordered the audio connect speake and will have to run the one speaker wire through the FW....

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