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Old 12-08-2012, 08:21 PM
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Adding 09 Nav unit to 09 Lariat 250??

I am sure this has been brought up multiple times, but do to the fact that I am in Afghanistan and have limited internet I thought i would go ahead and ask.

I have a 09 F250 lariat with every option including the upgraded sound system, but does not have Nav. I just recently bought a 09 Nav unit. I was wondering if anyone had a parts list for this instillation for everything to work as if it came from the factory. I will be having the work done at the local ford dealership. Any help would be great. thank you.
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:11 AM
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contact United Radio - Quality Electronics Service Since 1923 tell them what you have (factory) and what you bought and they will be able to get what you need to install it.
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Old 12-09-2012, 06:36 AM
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if your adding the nav you will only need the nav radio, the nav antenna , it will all bolt in with no problems, you will need alot more if your doing the sync if your truck did not come with sync system. if so you need to get ahold of 4d-vue.com
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if your adding the nav you will only need the nav radio, the nav antenna , it will all bolt in with no problems, you will need alot more if your doing the sync if your truck did not come with sync system. if so you need to get ahold of 4d-vue.com
Actually, to add the nav to a 2009 truck, that did not come with it, you will need...
  1. Amplifier
  2. Satellite antenna splitter
  3. Right side steering wheel control
  4. Amplifier "T" harness
  5. Move the mic wires from the sync module to the radio
  6. Add wires for steering wheel buttons

As getlucky mentioned, United Radio can set you up...they sell a kit that comes with everything you need for $350. When you call ask for Ron Bourdon.

BTW, 4D-Vue.com is my website for my custom backup camera system.
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Thank guys for the help.

sredmyer- On your list of parts could you please explain 5 and 6 on the list. My truck has sync and the phone button on the steering wheel. I understand that the phone button is different from the trucks that come with nav. Do I need to just replace the botton or do I have to replace and add wires as well. thanks for your help.
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Thank guys for the help.

sredmyer- On your list of parts could you please explain 5 and 6 on the list. My truck has sync and the phone button on the steering wheel. I understand that the phone button is different from the trucks that come with nav. Do I need to just replace the botton or do I have to replace and add wires as well. thanks for your help.
PM me and I will give you my contact so you can give me a call and I can explain.

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I just completed my install of a 09-12 navigation unit to my 2010 f350 with sync. Same set-up as you. You will have to get all the parts listed above, the cost is 350.00 but you get amazing tech. support. Total install time about 2 hours.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:51 PM
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Hey I really appreciate the info getlucky. I will be having the local ford dealership do the install since I am out of the country. Thanks again.
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Will that be the same with an 08 with factory nav that I'm trying to upgrade to a 09
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Will that be the same with an 08 with factory nav that I'm trying to upgrade to a 09
There is more to consider when upgrading an 08 truck to the 09+ nav system than just the parts mentioned for the 09 upgrade. I have developed a kit to allow a nearly plug-n-play install of the newer nav with Sync in the 2008 Super Duty. If you are interested pm me and I can send you my contact information so we can chat about what you are wanting to do.

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