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Old Mon, Jul-22-2019, 01:56:29 AM   #1
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Default Stock navigation head unit

Looking for the oem navigation/radio.
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I’ve got one out of an ‘06. Do you need just the head unit or the entire setup (for retrofit)?
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Iíve got one out of an Ď06. Do you need just the head unit or the entire setup (for retrofit)?
Entire setup. What is required exactly?
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I believe I have the head unit and wiring for a Mark IV widescreen. I also have ahead unit with the 3:4 but I don’t think anyone wants that lol.
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Entire setup. What is required exactly?
The main items youíll need are the head unit, wiring harness, DVD drive, AM/FM receiver and HVAC bracket. I believe you also need a different bracket in the trunk to hold the DVD drive and receiver. Oh, and youíll need the GPS antenna and BM53 antenna.

Either way, Iíve got everything you need as well as the AUX input adapter. Zero dead pixels.

$375 shipped to the lower-48.
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The main items youíll need are the head unit, wiring harness, DVD drive, AM/FM receiver and HVAC bracket. I believe you also need a different bracket in the trunk to hold the DVD drive and receiver. Oh, and youíll need the GPS antenna and BM53 antenna.

Either way, Iíve got everything you need as well as the AUX input adapter. Zero dead pixels.

$375 shipped to the lower-48.
how were you able to remove the harness without cutting it? particularly the section that wraps from the front driver side footwell over to the passenger side footwell?
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