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11-23-2010, 03:11 PM #11
haha yeah i know what you mean. i was going to try it today but i couldnt talk her into taking the car to work today and leaving her truck home lol
11-23-2010, 04:35 PM #12
well if you can find a picture of the backside of an oem nav unit I could tell you if it will be plug and play. I had the CD/MP3/XM radio unit in my silverado, I still have it in the garage. My stock head unit only had two connections, main wire harness and am/fm antenna hookup. I've taken mine out and didn't find any spare additional hook ups for a nav unit, but i wasn't really looking when I installed my jvc nav unit.
But, like others have said nobody will definatly know until somebody actually tries it.
11-24-2010, 05:53 PM #13
Ok Heres the deal. I went with the factory Nav for a lot of reasons. 1 Wanted the factory look.2 I wanted steering wheel controls to work. It had factory blue tooth so I wanted to retain that too. I know they make interfaces that you can put in for aftermarket head units. But then you have a ton of interfaces and wires you have to cram into the dash.This pretty much was plug and play and everything works flawlessly. Just my 2 cents.
11-25-2010, 11:10 AM #14
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