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post #1 of 16 Old 03-26-2012, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Factory Nav Radio For Sale

I have my factory Sync Nav radio out of my 2011. I dont want to mess with Ebay or craigslist. I live in Sugar Land. Would rather a local sale, but shipping wouldnt be an issue. Im up for offers so anyone let me know. My truck has 2000 miles on it, so the radio is like 3 months old. No scratches on it all all.

2011 Lariat.6 inch on 37's, dpf/cat delete, mini max and magnaflow.
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What you looking to get for it?

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Make me an offer

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What did you go with insted & how did you hook up the rear camera to the new radio?
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What all comes with it?
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Just the radio. It uses all your plugs. Its a simple swap.

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i heard it wasnt that easy, especially if you want to use the sync. pm me a price if you dont mind
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You cannot just replace the stock head unit with a nav. Well I guess technically you could, but the nav, sync and Sirius won’t work nor will you get any audio. If your truck already has Sirius and sync, then you will need the following to get everything working.
Factory amp
Different steering wheel control
Gps/Sirius antenna splitter
A special amp harness designed for this swap made by radios more
you will also have to splice into the microphone to get voice commands to work.
If you have a back up camera, it will not display in the nav without moving the feed line from the mirror to the nav unit. Still have not done this part.

All in less the nav unit, you are somewhere around $450.00. I did this in my 11' after doing an exhaustive search on the web. I found that most dealers have no idea what they are doing. the whole swap took me about an hour, it is relatively simple once you have all of the pieces.
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For the life of me don't understand why so many guys try to put factory nav in there truck. I've seen first hand many guys that HATE there factory nav unit because the GPS system got them lost. Then, you still have to do the lockpic to watch DVD, change GPS settings, or just enter an address while driving. Factory Nav is what, about a $3000 option for the lariat ultimate? I have not seen the nav unit in anything other than ultimate or KR. For $1500, I put the Avic 130 BT pioneer and have all of the above for less than half the price, PLUS better sound. I completely understand if someone just wants it to look factory. Sorry to hijack.

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I want to retain all of my factory stuff which is why I want a factory nav unit. I use Sync constantly and love the steering wheel controls and what not. I don't want to lose any of that.

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