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08 Nav radio in an 03 super duty

Is it possible or reasonably feasable to put a oem nav radio from an 08 superduty in a 03. If so how nasty of wiring nightmare would it be. Thanks

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I can oreder you the Nav system and also all the pigtails you will need to do the job. All you will need is a wiring diagram to match up the wires
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The 2004 and up radios are CAN BUS comunication protocol, including the 2008
your 2003 truck don't have this system so there is a good change that some of the functions are not going to work, the 2008 VSS output comes from the can bus, i did install a 2007 CD6 radio into a 2003 s series and it work just fine, the wiring is not that bad just buy 2 harness for the 2003 and 2008 radio side
good luck

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