Well...after threatening to do it, part gathering, and double checking...it's finally done! This last weekend I dove into the center console and installed OEM navigation into my 2004 Nissan Murano SL!!!
Tons of fun, very happy, and extremely satisified. I'll never look at my MO the same ever again. Big thanks to phoenix54 and 07murano!!!
They answered my numerous questions.
So, to start my parts list was exactly the same as phoenix54's. The 2003-2004 MO's have the same parts. Parts will be different for the 2005-2007's I believe. Double check this if you're planning on doing this yourself.
Navigation Control Unit (NCU):
Part # -- 25915-CA103
Model # -- NCU-6110G(US)
Display Control Unit (DCU):
Part # -- 28330-CB600
Model # -- DCU-6104G(US)
Part # -- 28090-CA100
Model # -- TR-LM7WB1N
Part # -- 25975-CA100
Model # -- AGP-3090V
Audio/Video/AC Control Unit:
Forgot to write it down
Dash Wiring Harness With Navigation:
Just find one that matches your configuration. I asked if it came from a MO with NAV and BOSE. Worked fine.
I found all of the electronic hardware from Bessler Auto Parts for $750 and the harness for $200. Quite a deal if you ask me!
All parts came intact and ready to install. The only part issue I had was with the LCD screen. The individual that removed it from the wrecked MO scratched the hell out of the clear protector. I'll get into the details as to how I fixed this later.
The key to extracting the sub-harness from the main harness is quite simple. Here are the steps I took:
1) Remove all protective layering across the entire harness. This will take about 4 hours.
2) Find M62, M63, M42, M43, M38, M48, M44, M45, and M46 and label them.
3) Pull as much wire from each connector as possible and cut the lines that are not connected between the connectors in step 2. You'll have a couple dozen lines hanging when you're through.
Then it's just disassemble, mount the hardware, plug in the sub harness connectors, and then solder the extra lines to the correct points on the integrated screen harness.
So here's where we start...the lovely orange screen: