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Old 04-21-2013, 10:12 AM
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2012 Lariat upgrade to NAV

I just have the standard single cd radio in my 2012.

What parts do I need to take it to Navigation? I still want my Sync and Sirius to work.

Can I get part numbers? Anything else I need to consider?
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:32 PM
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Bump, does anyone know?
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:12 AM
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There are better cheaper options
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:19 PM
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I still want the steering wheel controls to work.
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:28 PM
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Not an issue there is a harness that still retains all of that?
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:42 PM
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Can you post a link to it?

I like Pioneer head units, what do you think?
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im no expert,just doing research myself. but I found crutchfield to be very helpful. the deck your looking for are pioneer avic line of headunits. once ou find it you can find a link to the steering wheel controls and sat radio componants. the only thing you don't have is the sync but with Bluetooth and all the thing the stereo does I think it is the same thing anyway. im in Canada so my prices are higher but all in I think about 1000 bucks should do it. hopefully someone who has actually done it before can chime in and give more detail.
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I started with a lariat with sub and sync, no navigation. I had some stuff that i saved from my f150 to put in. I don't care about the sync but I wanted to keep the steering wheel controls. So I used a metra harness XSVI 5521-NAV. This harness gives you all the connections you need for a navigation deck without cutting factory stuff. I connected this to a pioneer AVIC Z120bt. Another good thing about this harness is it connects directly with the steering wheel control module which is metra ASWC. This little box plugs right into the harness and no programming necessary. A metra dash kit to fit the thing into the dash correctly and away you go! Right now I'm fine with the stock speakers and sub, but now I have navigation. When I get some time ill pull out the rest of the speakers and amp and complete this thing. There's another thread with how to take the dash apart, and anyone with basic knowledge of how to connect wires can do this. Save yourself the 250 bucks that an installer will charge you and have fun taking your $55k truck apart


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Sorry. You'll also have to get a separate Sirius or XM tuner to have satellite radio. The stock satellite and terrestrial radio were integrated in mine. The pioneer looks better display wise with wm but will work fine with Sirius too. I hope this helps clear some stuff up for you


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You can also go with a Kenwood headunit that uses the idatalink maestro. google "idatalink maestro" its really simple and retails sync, satellite, steering wheel controls, etc.
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