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  1. Hey all, So I am returning to the thought of getting a GPS tracker fitted. I bought an inexpensive Chinese tracker a while ago, SIM card requirement with SMS alerts - which is hard wired and never figured out how to fit all the wires and locate the tracker and GPS transmitter. Then I looked at ReWire and iTrack which have an easy connection to the main battery, but figured it's obvious and easy to remove upon opening the bonnet - they also do hard wire, but I'm back to getting it fitted properly (they charge £100+). Both companies have subscriptions at £5+ per month for the app and detailed tracking. But I would be happy with something functional (alerts based on movement and GEO fencing) I don't need remote immobilisation and all the app features. I'm also not doing this for insurance purposes, which should be obvious. So I think what I'm asking for is any recommendations for someone or a garage to hard wire fit a GPS tracker in Essex!? Or, clear instructions from someone who has done it on a GT86. As always, thanks... Phil.
  2. I have just bought a sat nav unit from Ebay for my GT86. I had to buy a new GPS antenna. When using sat nav the position finds itself but then seems to hang for about 30 seconds and then finds it position again... and so on. Anyone got any ideas??
  3. SOLD SOLD SOLD :-) Hi, Ive got a GT86 Touch n'go TAS300 Satnav headunit for sale in perfect working order, it came to me fitted in an MR2 roadster I purchased recently and was fitted by previous owner, its in great condition and all fully working with the optional Satnav module including GPS aerial so everything you need to replace your non-Nav unit , also have aerial adaptor and microphone as optional extra for use if fitting in other vehicles, these wont be needed in GT86 as its all plug and play just the GPS aerial required (included) Located in Cumbria but can post with DPD or Parcelforce at cost SOLD Price reduced to £150 including UK delivery , last chance before it goes to ebay Pics below, get in touch if interested Cheers Ian
  4. Looking to see if anyone is interested in the Touch and Go Module kit? It's the full kit to extend the standard Touch head unit. Just a case of plugging the new modules in and will update the existing Touch head unit. Also includes all the extra phone / text message stuff, applications and new style menus. All in good working condition. Will come with all cables, GPS antenna and mounting stuff. £700 optional extra form the dealer. If anyone is interested PM me an offer. Looking for around £450 but open to offers. Not really sure what I could photograph here, its come wires and a box.