Perfect Fit 2010-Present Chevrolet Camaro Installation Manual
KTX-CMO
Camaro Dash Kit x 1
(Panel 7161/7162 (Preassembled Panel)
Right Bracket x 1
(Panel 7164)
Power Harness x 1
Left Bracket x 1
(Panel 7163)
OnStar Module x 1
(KCX-OSMGM only)
(Sold Separately)
Antenna Adapter
Introduction
This KTX-CMO Perfect Fit installation kit is for 2010+ Chevrolet Camaro’s. Included are all
the parts needed to install your Alpine INA-NAV-10, INA-NAV-20, INA-W900, INA-W900BT, or
INA-W910 Audio Video Navigation system in a 2010+ Chevrolet Camaro. KTX-CMO Perfect Fit
installation kit also includes an interface module that allows the Camaro’s steering wheel remote
control of the Alpine system. Refer to the individual instruction sections of this manual to remove
your vehicle’s factory radio and assemble the kit.
Caution! Disconnect your vehicle’s negative battery terminal before the installation to
help prevent electrical damage. We recommend the use of a digital multimeter to check
vehicle wiring. Do not use a test light! A test light or grounded wire probe can cause
damage to the vehicle’s computer and/or diagnostic systems. Avoid all factory airbag
wiring. Airbags can accidentally deploy causing serious injury or even death.
Notes:
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instructions
1
Factory Stereo Removal
1. Tum ignition to the ON position and shift vehicle into drive.
NOTE: In order to complete Step 1 the baattery must be connected. After completing step 1, disconnect
the negative battery cable and proceed to step 2.
2. Use a Panel-safe Removal Tool (PRT) to unclip Auxiliary gauge panel, unplug and remove.
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4. Extract (1) T-20 Torx screw to remove gear shift knob.
5. Extract (4) 7mm screws securing shifter console, then with pick tool, unclip (1) clip located on each
side under the shifter console, unplug and remove.
6. Use PRT to unclip each side panel from the center console.
7. Extract (1) Phillips head screw from each side located on the outer area of the center console.
B. Extract (1) Phillips head screw from each side of center console’s rear panel, lift and pull back to
remove.
9. Extract (3) Phillips head screws behind center console’s armrest.
10. Extract (1) Phillips head screw in front of beverage holder.
11. Use PRT to unclip 12V and USB/3.5mm housing inside the armrest, unplug and remove.
12. Use PRT to unclip center console and remove.
13. Extract (2) 7mm screws securing radio panel located under and to the rear of A/C controls. Use PRT
to unclip radio fascia panel, unplug, and remove.
14. Extract (4) 7mm screws securing radio chassis/ Drive assembly, unplug, lift away and remove
Stereo Assembly
1. Attach panels 7163 and 7164 to the Alpine head
unit using the supplied screws (that come with the
head unit).
2. Connect and mount the stereo in the dash.
3. Connect HVAC controls. Panel 7161/7162
mounts to the dash over the radio.
Panel 7163
Panel 7164
Panel 7161/7162
Steering Wheel Controls
Steering Wheel Control Operation
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3. De-activate OnStar®/ Mute Audio
4. Seek/Track Down (click SRC button downward)
5. SRC (Source) - Press in to change source
6. Volume Down
7. Volume Up
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instructions
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Steering Wheel Control Layout
Wiring Harness Diagram
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To Parking Brake
(-) at the parking
brake in drivers kick
panel
Yellow/Black
To Foot Brake (+)
at switch above
pedal
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To Touch Screen
Module in Kit
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System
To Bluetooth® Module
Power Connector
To Orange/White On
Back Of Radio
To Head Unit Power
Connector
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Input (Pigtail)
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Harness
Blue/White
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Vehicle Startup
Connection And Initialization Procedure:
IMPORTANT NOTE! The connection and startup process below must be followed, or the
HVAC touch screen system may not operate properly.
1. Re-route factory HVAC connector to radio cavity.
2. Connect factory radio connector to Alpine harness.
3. Connect factory HVAC connector to Alpine harness.
4. IF USING OPTIONAL OnStar® MODULE: Remove looped 20 pin connector from Alpine
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5. Move OnStar® module, radio connector, and HVAC connector to the left of the radio cavity.
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7. Connect the Alpine harness along with antenna and all other accessories to the aftermarket radio and insert into radio cavity.
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9. Wait approximately 5 minutes for the vehicles computer to enter a sleep state (approx. 2
minutes after dome light turns off).
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11. While still in the vehicle with the doors shut, insert the key and start the vehicle’s engine.
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Climate & Convenience Controls
The Touch Screen Interface replaces the factory climate, convenience and personalization controls built
into the OEM Factory GM Radio system. This solution provides improved ergonomics while adding touch
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operating controls and settings.
Figure 1
Control Panel Button Layout
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5
2
6
3
7
SET
4
1. Fan Speed Up
2. Fan Speed Down
3. Air Conditioning On/Off
4. Climate Power On/Off
5. Power Unlock
6. Power Lock
7. Hazard Warning Flashers
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Home TFT Color Touch Screen Layout
1. Air Temp Up
2. Air Temp Down
3. Max A/C On/Off
4. Driver’s Heated Seat
5. Defrost
6. Rear Defog
7. Recirculate
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9. Vent Mode
10. Fan Speed Indicator
WARM
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Temp
Range
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10
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COOL
4
5
6
7
Power
Press the Power button (Fig.1, #4) to toggle the climate controls On or Off.
Power Door Lock Control
Press the Lock button (Fig.1, #6) to lock both doors.
Press the Unlock button (Fig.1, #5) to unlock both doors.
Hazard Warning Flashers
Press the Lock button (Fig.1, #6) to lock both doors.
Press the Unlock button (Fig.1, #5) to unlock both doors.
SET
Settings Menu Access
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settings. See “Display Screen” or “Vehicle Feature/Settings” sections for additional
information.
“Display Screen” or “Vehicle Feature/Settings” sections for additional information.
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Climate & Convenience Controls (Continued)
Fan Speed Control
To increase fan speed, press the fan speed UP button on the control panel (pg. 4, Fig. 1, #1
). On the color TFT touch screen a graphic level indicator will move up indicating the current
fan speed (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #1 0). There are a total of 12 fan speed increments from completely
off to maximum.
To decrease fan speed, press the fan speed DOWN button on the control panel (pg. 4, Fig.
1, #2). On the color TFT touch screen a graphic level indicator will move down indicating
the current fan speed (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #1 0). Continue pressing the DOWN button to turn fan
completely off.
Temperature Control
Use the UP and DOWN arrows (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #1 & #2) on the color TFT touch screen to adjust vehicle air
temperature. Touch the Red <Up> arrow to increase air temp. Touch the Blue <Down> arrow to decrease
air temp. The temperature indicator will move up or down indicating the current temperature level. The
temperature range is color-coded: Red indicates warmer air and Blue indicates cooler air.
Air is directed
Air is directed to
Air Flow / Vent Control
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the instrument
Touch the vent control mode (pg. 4,
outlets
panel vent outlets
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Air will be
screen to toggle through the current
Air is directed to
directed to the
vent mode. Graphics are displayed
the instrument
windshield and
according to the selected vent and
panel vent outlets
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Defog / Defrost Control
Touch the Defog (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #5) on the Color TFT touch screen to turn Defog On or Off.
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Touch the Rear window defogger (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #6) on the Color TFT touch screen to turn the
rear window defogger on or off. The rear window defogger turns off automatically 12 minutes.
It can also be turned off by turning the ignition to ACC (ACCESSORY) or OFF position. If
turned on again it runs for 6 minutes before turning off. At higher vehicle speeds, the rear
defogger can stay on continuously.
Note: For best results clear the windows of snow or ice before defrost settings. DO NOT
OPERATE VEHICLE UNTIL WINDOWS ARE CLEAR!
Air Conditioning
To turn the air conditioning ON or OFF press A/C button on the control panel (pg. 4, Fig. 1,
#3). A Blue indicator light turns on. If the fan is turned off or the outside temperature falls
below freezing, the air conditioning will not work. The air conditioning might automatically
come on when Defrost mode is selected.
MAX
Touch the MAX A/C button (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #3) on the color TFT touch screen to turn on Max
A/C. Maximum cooling will occur with the temperature is adjusted to lowest cold setting and
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Touch the Re-circulate button (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #7) on the color TFT touch screen to turn on
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air inside the vehicle or prevent outside air and odors from entering. Operating recirculation
mode while the A/C is off increases humidity and may cause the windows to fog. Recirculation is not available in the Defrost or Defog modes.
Heated Seats
Touch the driver’s seat heater (pg. 4, Fig. 2, #4) button on the color TFT touch screen to turn
on the driver’s seat heater. The engine must be running to use heated seats. A Button graphic
will show the level of heat selected: Two lights = high or one light = low). Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the temperature settings or to turn the heated seat OFF. Touch the
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Passenger’s seat heater. The engine must be running to use heated seats. A button graphic
will show the level of heat selected: Two lights = high or one light = low). Press the button
repeatedly to cycle through the temperature settings or to turn the heated seat OFF.
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Display Screen Settings
Figure 3
Settings Home Screen Layout
DISPLAY
1
CAR
2
3
-
Brightness
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DAY
NIGHT
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7
AUTO
Version Number
4
5
1. Display Settings
2. Car Settings
3. Back/Return
4. Day Theme Setting (Override)
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5. Night Theme Setting (Override)
6. Auto Theme Setting (Vehicle-controlled)
7. Brightness Control (TFT Screen)
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settings. The “Settings” Home Screen will appear (Fig. 3) above.
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Touch the “Display” Tab (Fig. 3, #1) to access various settings for the Touch Screen.
CAR TAB
Touch the “Car” Tab (Fig. 3, #2) to go the second settings menu for access to vehicle comfort and
convenience features. See next section “Vehicle Feature Settings”.
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Touch the return button (Fig. 3, #3) to exit settings mode.
DAY THEME
Touch the “DAY” button (Fig. 3, #4) to assign Daytime color theme for the Color TFT touch screen.
This setting will keep the display with light colored background regardless of outside environment
(overrides Factory control).
NIGHT THEME
Touch the “NIGHT” button (Fig. 3, #5) to assign Nighttime color theme for the Color TFT touch
screen. This setting will keep the display with dark colored background regardless of outside
environment (overrides Factory control).
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Touch the “AUTO” button (Fig. 3, #6) to assign Automatic (Factory) control of the TFT color theme.
This setting will keep Data-controlled switching color theme according to the outside environment.
(Light for Daytime / Dark for Nighttime).
BRIGHTNESS
Touch the”+”/”-” Brightness buttons (Fig. 3, #7) to adjust the Brightness of the Color TFT touch
screen.
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Vehicle Feature Settings
Tile color TFT touch screen interface is used to access the vehicle’s built-in customization features.
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6, Fig. 3, #2) to access the vehicle features list as shown in Fig. 4 (below).
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Vehicle Settings
Home Screen Layout
1. Back Button
2. Vehicle Feature List
3. Select/Next Button
4. Scroll Down Button
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2
Climate and Air Quality
Collision Detection Systems
Lighting
Power Door Locks
Remote Lock, Unlock, Start
Feature
Title
Description
Setting 1
Setting 2
Climate and
Air Quality
Heated Seats
When Remote
Starting
On
Off
Collision/
Detection
Systems
Park Assist:
Ultrasonic Object
Sensors
On
Off
Lighting
Vehicle Locator
On
Off
Lighting Cont.
Exit Lighting
Off
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Power Door
Locks
Anti-Lockout
On
Off
Power Door
Locks Cont.
Auto Door Lock/
Unlock
On
Off
Power Door
Locks Cont.
Delayed Door
Lock
On
Off
Remote Lock/
Unlock/Start
Unlock Feedback
(Lights)
On
Off
Remote Lock/
Unlock/Start
Cont.
Lock Feedback
(Lights, Horn)
Lights
Lights + Horn
Chirp
Remote Lock/
Unlock/Start
Cont.
Door Unlock
Driver’s Door
First
All Doors
Aftermarket
Radio Type
Sets Steering
Wheel Controls
Select:
Alpine,
Clarion, JVC,
Kenwood,
Pioneer, Or
Sony
Return To Factory Default
Restore Settings
Yes
No
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4
Setting 3
Setting 4
1 Minute
2 Minutes
Horn Chirp
Only
Off
Vehicle Feature Settings Continued
Vehicle Feature Details
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Heated Seats: On or Off when vehicle is remote started
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Park Assist features: Enable or Disable the vehicle’s ultrasonic bumper object sensors (Depends on
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Exit Lighting: Set exterior lights delay when exiting vehicle at night
Vehicle Locator Lights: Set exterior lights ON or OFF when unlocking/approaching at night
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Unlocked Door Anti Lockout: Prevents vehicle locking if Driver door is open (Helps to prevent keys from
being locked inside).
Auto Door Unlock: Vehicle unlocks when Shifted into Park (Auto trans) or when Key is removed
(Manual Trans)
Delayed Door Lock: Delays door locking
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Unlock Feedback (Lights): Enable or Disable vehicle’s light Flash when Unlocking vehicle with Remote
Locking Feedback: Select the type of audible/visual Lock indicator when Locking vehicle with the
Remote - Lights Flash, Lights and Horn blip, or Horn blip only
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Remote Vehicle Starting: Enable or Disable Remote Vehicle Starting
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How To Change Feature Settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the “SET” button to access
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(see page 4, Fig. 1, #B)
Touch the “CAR” button on the TFT
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up the car Feature list.
Touch the name of the Feature you
would like to access/change the
settings (page 7, Fig. 4 #2). Note:
you may need to scroll down to
view all options.
Touch the option valUe you wish to
change and the selected value will
turn to GREEN or RED color text.
Touch the Back button (Fig. 5, f1,
above) to go back one level or view
other features.
Climate and Air Quality
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2
Remote Start Auto Heated Seats
Figure 5
1. Back Button
Vehicle Feature Screen 2. Vehicle Feature Value
Layout
3. Selected Vehicle Feature
Liability Disclaimer
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automobile during the installation of the Perfect Fit Kit.
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Do not send products to these addresses.
Call the toll free number or visit the website to locate a service center.
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