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Old 06-14-2010, 11:42 PM
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Anyone have experience with NAVITOUCH?

They are selling what looks like new Ford factory nav units for a great price on ebay. Why so cheap??? Nobody appears to be raving about these.
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Old 06-15-2010, 04:50 AM
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Do you have a link to it on ebay?
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Old 06-15-2010, 05:00 PM
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Mercury Ford F150 F250 F350 DVD GPS Navigation FM TV BT: eBay Motors (item 320529794925 end time Jul-08-10 11:06:10 PDT)
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I wonder if I could use that in my Ex?
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says it only works in 08+ super duty's. Wonder if it will work in our trucks? Is cheap though for an OEM unit... the Alpine in dash 7" screens go for the same price on eBay.
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I must have posted the wrong link. They do have one for all super dutys. Maybe in the online store.
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If you get one tell us about it.
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Is that a Pioneer made unit? Looks similiar.
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I found a couple of reviews, both said the units were very cheap and didn't function correctly and they returned them.

It looks like a good deal, I thought about replacing my pioneer D3 with one. But thinking aobut it, they do a lot, possibly too much. Like those $30 MP3 players that are like an ipod touch, they have lots of functions, but perform them all rather poorly. I'd pass if I were you. You can find similar units made by pioneer and kenwood in the $600-$800 range that thousands have been sold and tested and gotten good reviews.
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I found a couple of reviews, both said the units were very cheap and didn't function correctly and they returned them.

It looks like a good deal, I thought about replacing my pioneer D3 with one. But thinking aobut it, they do a lot, possibly too much. Like those $30 MP3 players that are like an ipod touch, they have lots of functions, but perform them all rather poorly. I'd pass if I were you. You can find similar units made by pioneer and kenwood in the $600-$800 range that thousands have been sold and tested and gotten good reviews.
Thanks for the heads up
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