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Old 04-20-2013, 11:59 PM   #11
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Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Anacortes, WA
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We have an '02 GT 325. First question, yes you should be able to turn the driver's seat to face the living area. It takes some dexterity. The problem lies with the seat arms and back, which interfere with the steering wheel.

Set the steering wheel as far up towards the dahsboard as it will go. Put the seat arms up, alongside the seat-back, then put the seat back upright, or even leaning forwards a bit.

Rotate the seat, and adjust seatback angle so it clears the steering wheel. Turn the seat base to where you want it, the re-set the seatback angle and armrests. Reverse the procedure to put it back in the driving position. I can get mine to turn completey 180 degrees from the driving position, but I have to re-teach myself how to do it every new season!

As far as the rear view TV system is concerned, we have the old monochrome system. Initially, all we got was a detailed view of the rear bumper. After taking the camera cover off, we noticed some molding flash that was pushing the camera down when the cover was installed. A few minutes with a Dremel fixed that. How the original owners had lived with that for 8 years, I can't imagine.

Since our rig is a lot older than yours, it has a completely different in-dash radio. We got it to work quite well, but we don't use it much.

Good luck with your new-to-you rig.
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