After upgrading the 4th generation 4Runner stock head unit with a Scion T1806 and then a T1814, I finally ended up with a T10015. In my opinion, this is the ultimate, stock-looking, head unit for the Toyota 4Runner.
When upgrading the stock 4th generation 4Runner head unit, you can use other Toyota head units, aftermarket head units, or even Scion head units. Since I’m an fan of using OEM parts for upgrades, I started with a Scion T1806 and then moved on to a T1814…
I found it difficult to find this owner’s manual online so I’m hosting the pdf here.
– Make-specific model: Scion T10015
– Toyota Part Number: PT546-00140
– Pioneer Model Number: AXCP-Q14U
I’ve been removing and installing my interior trim pieces over and over again while trying to diagnose my recent engine codes. In the midst of it all, I realized that the trim piece that goes around ignition ring, bezel, trim, plate (the official OEM name for it)–whatever you want to call it, went missing…
The stock 4th Gen 4Runner head unit is terrible… there are so many direct-fit Scion head unit options out there for our cars. I’ve gone from the oem radio, to the T1806, to the T1814, and now looking to upgrade to the new T10015 head unit!