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08-10-2019 04:35 PM
lowmpg
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Originally Posted by bcarroll76 View Post
Has anyone replaced theirs? I am looking to add nav to my truck, either aftermarket or OEM. Looking for aftermarket models that may work. Also, if anyone has a factory unit I may be interested.

Thanks all!
If you just want NAV and you have the SYNC 2 system, you can simply use FORScan and for the cost of an OBDII connector and a SD card ($40.00) you can have OEM NAV. Far, far, far cheaper than any other NAV mod that doesn't involve you just using Waze on your phone.

https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-...uck-sweet.html

Pretty simple.
08-09-2019 07:29 PM
ForgedDiesel Alpine-ILX 107’s are good but an iPad installation would be great. Going to be doing that soon to mine
06-19-2019 10:38 AM
jman37
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Alumaduty or dark side?
Neither.
06-19-2019 09:41 AM
White_Buffalo7.3
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I have a Kenwood DNX874S in excellent condition for sale. Only reason I'm selling is because I'm getting rid of my truck. Has Apple car play, Android auto, all bells and whistles, has the Maestro module to keep Sync and steering wheel controls enabled, has the SiriusXM module with it as well. Best part is that it's all wired for a Super duty, even has the dash kit attached to it still so it will drop in.
Alumaduty or dark side?
06-19-2019 09:16 AM
bcarroll76 How much are you asking for the setup?
06-19-2019 08:30 AM
jman37 Don't have any of the actual radio from the truck, it's on my desk at home. It looks like this though. Has an SD slot, 2 USB hookups, Garmin nav with traffic updates.
06-19-2019 08:20 AM
Treatcg
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I have a Kenwood DNX874S in excellent condition for sale. Only reason I'm selling is because I'm getting rid of my truck. Has Apple car play, Android auto, all bells and whistles, has the Maestro module to keep Sync and steering wheel controls enabled, has the SiriusXM module with it as well. Best part is that it's all wired for a Super duty, even has the dash kit attached to it still so it will drop in.


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06-19-2019 06:30 AM
jman37 I have a Kenwood DNX874S in excellent condition for sale. Only reason I'm selling is because I'm getting rid of my truck. Has Apple car play, Android auto, all bells and whistles, has the Maestro module to keep Sync and steering wheel controls enabled, has the SiriusXM module with it as well. Best part is that it's all wired for a Super duty, even has the dash kit attached to it still so it will drop in.
06-19-2019 05:50 AM
joebuck Yes go with something that uses apple CarPlay or android auto, way better than sync vs 1
06-18-2019 06:36 PM
powerstrokeshellback Aftermarket is significantly cheaper and better quality.
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