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#1 Old 12-31-2009, 03:19 PM
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Thumbs up Oem Navigation Added To My 2006 Murano

When I saw Phoenix54's posts on installing OEM Nav, I decided to make the same thing. Phoenix54 was really very helpful inventor :-)

It took around one year or more to find all the required parts, and I was so patient to collect all of them!

I tried so many times to follow PHOENIX's instructions but I haven’t had the chance to see my project completed as he did, as I was getting all the information on my NEW screen but the CLIMATE control and the outside temp were not showing up on my screen, but PHOENIX has kindly given me the solution of my issue.

I was completely unable to find CAN-L within my integrated connector but PHOENIX told me to go again and have another look at my integrated connector and try to find the VERY IMPORTANT COUPLE (CAN-H/CANH) and he said that CAN-H and CAN-L both HAVE to be there someplace but I was totally depressed!!!

PHOENIX said that they should be a twisted pair, a blue wire and a yellow wire wrapped around each other, Remove some of the black plastic electrician's tape from the harness behind the integrated display connector and count how many wires are in that bundle. They HAVE to be there someplace! THIS WAS THE KEY :-)

Finally, I FOUND them 'twisted pair' a blue wire and a light PINK wire wrapped around each other, then I’ve realized that they are CAN-H/CAN-L, then completed the whole thing again and turned out great.

ONCE AGAIN, THANKS PHOENIX FOR ALL YOUR HELP.

NOW, the display functions EXACTLY as it would have if it left the factory as a MO with color display and OEM navigation. All functions work including maintenance reminders, heating/AC display, radio display, outside temperature, etc.

MANY THANKS TO PHOENIX XXX

Here is picture of my weird integrated connector!!
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Here is picture of the Maintenance notice screen :-)
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NAV SCREEN:
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THE LOVELY NISSAN LOGO :-)
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Congratulations S-N-I-P-E-R!! Nice job, and kudos to you on your tenacity to see this project through to completion. I've kind of lost track, but I know of at least three others besides myself who have now successfully replaced their orange, integrated display with the color display and factory OEM navigation.

Two important things to note here are:

1.) The CAN-L wire in the integrated display connector in S-N-I-P-E-R's wiring harness was PINK, not YELLOW as documented in the 2006 Murano factory manual, and

2.) S-N-I-P-E-R DID NOT have to replace the AC/Audio switch assembly in the console for the OEM navigation to be fully functional. Anybody else attempting this conversion can save some money there!

Cheers S-N-I-P-E-R!!

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o E&G Classics stainless steel "Z" billet grille
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o JL Audio Slash 300/4v2 4-channel amplifier
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So he did not have to swap out the controls? That's VERY interesting.

Hey S-N-I-P-E-R: Put together a button control list would you? I would be interested to see what buttons do what for your navigation controls.

Thanks!

After 142K miles, my MO is history. Now sporting a loaded silver 2012 Ford Edge Limited with 20" wheels.
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I would assume the functions are in the same place, but the buttons would be "mis-marked" for OEM GPS. i.e.

FUEL ECON = DEST
H = ZOOM +
M = ZOOM -
TRIP RESET = ROUTE
E/M = GUIDE VOICE
MAINT = TRIP

S-N-I-P-E-R, call you confirm??

Thanks!

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o E&G Classics stainless steel "Z" billet grille
o Chrome factory wheels
o Nissan OEM iPod interface
o Nissan OEM XM satellite radio
o JL Audio Slash 300/4v2 4-channel amplifier
o JL Audio Slash 250/1v2 1-channel sub-woofer amplifier
o JL Audio Stealthbox sub-woofer
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Warhammer, I found the AC/Audio switch assembly with bose Radio for 2007 SE Murano fits exactly our models but it plays MP3 :eek: but unfortunately they lost 'Enter Button' so I'm waiting for another one. I believe that it's pretty cool to load 1 CD with a lot of mp3zzz

Phoenix54, I can't zoom in, zoom out...etc, I can only load the map and find my location accordingly.

Functions are not in the same place folks.

FUEL ECON = Doesn't Work.
H-M = Doesn't Work.
TRIP RESET = Doesn't Work.
E/M = Doesn't Work.
MAINT = Doesn't Work.

TRIP = TRIP1 - One more Press = TRIP2 - One more = FUEL ECON - One more for MAINT and the last press to clear the screen.

I have to go through the setting to load the MAP

I'll keep you updated when i get the 2007 SE AC/Audio switch assembly W/Bose 6 CD CHANGER + MP3 (Have a look at the photo below)

One more time THANKS A LOT PHOENIX FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT, AND I WISH YOU ALL GUYS A HAPPY NEW YEAR WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHY AND WEALTHY 2010 TO YOU AND YOURS.

kind Regards,
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I had figured that something like this was going to happen. It really doesn't make sense in a design perspective to sell 1 unit that has all functions but install different buttons on it for those systems without navigation. It looks like you'll have to get the navigation audio/ac unit and install it for the system to work appropriately.

And yes...you're right. The 06-07 cd system did read MP3's. I found this out after I had installed the 04 system. If I had known, I would probably have adapted the system for the 06-07 MO's into my 04. But... I still have a cheap alternative. I use an adapter in my tape player and plug my Zune120 into that. It sounds pristine!

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S-N-I-P-E-R good job.... I wanted to know did you have to purchase the harness for the intergration??? I have a 2006 sl murano and it came with the Bose system and i would love to get navigation system in my car... I have the backup camera in the car.. Can you help me out with a parts list??
Pheonix54 please chime in.. please
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Hey Silver_bullet,
Welcome onboard :-)

You have to get (1) Display Control unit with NAV PART# #28330 CC26C
(2) 2006 Navigation Control Unit (NCU) #25915 CC26C
(3) 2006 AC/AV Switches
(4)Dash Harness w/navigation and rear view Camera which subharness could be extracted from for navigation
(5)GPS Antenna that plugs into the Navigation Control Unit

You can read more and see some pics here:
Details of Adding OEM Navigation to My 2007 AWD Murano S

for any assistance just let me know

Cheers
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About to pull the trigger on this. I will post these questions on all three of the threads.
1. Phoenix's spreadsheet - is it a wire list that details all of the connections that have to be made>
Need a copy.

2. Has anyone copied the nav manual?
need a copy

3. Has anyoun attempted to burn a copy of the nav DVD. Not sure whether one will come on my system or not

4. Has anyone made a template of the cutout for the nav control unit dvd opening?

Thanks for your indulgence.

'07 SE black/black, Everything but OEM NAV
Magellan Roadmate 1700 7" in dash with OEM backup camera/ factory displays
Valentine One
GROM IPOD/USB/AUX audio interface with Bluetooth

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tried burning Navteq 7.5 last night....file was too large tho
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