Doing the Navigation after, is about 3 times as expensive as buying it as an option. Also, you may have to add wires into the harness, as non-nav Murano's don't have them all in the wiring loom.jasondeno said:So how hard is it to retrofit a (my) Murano with a NAV system if it didn't come with it?
What parts do I need and what are their approximate prices?
Dunno if I'd do it or not, there's a new device that allows my cell phone to do GPS, but it'd be good to know.
Sure makes you wonder!Baoh said:This guy has sold at least 2 or 3 complete Bose stereos from the 2004 maximas on EBay already (since I've been watching). I'm really wondering if they are hot since it seems odd that he would get his hands on that many from a 2004 car.
im always impressed with your skill/knowledge Jaak....jaak said:Hey jasondeno, you're quite welcome... Must be those camera glasses you were using, or you were on the dyno at the time...
I'm hoping I can make an interface work that will allow direct audio in, so even your sat unit will work without the FM modulator.
After that, I might build a PC interface to drive the Nissan SAT receiver, so it can be run outside of the vehicle.
It would be done right now, if I didn't have to work for a living.
Just got more parts in, so I expect this weekend I'll be able to do some preliminary testing.
Then my non OEM system NAV on the iPaq will connect in too... I hope! (Hmmm... I wonder if I can fake the unit into thinking it has Nav and use the controls???)