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Old 04-27-2011, 06:22 PM
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Hello everyone:

I am new to this board. I did some searching on this topic but did not find the answer to my question.

I have an 09 EL with Sync and standard radio and am looking to upgrade to an OEM Nav. I purchased a unit off of eBay and everything works except for Sync. I would like to have a Nav that works with Sync....

Wondering if there is a list of OEM Nav Part#s out there that I could cross reference when shopping for a Nav on eBay/etc? The unit I purchased has a part# of 8T4T-18K931-BA, and it turns out to be out of an 08 Edge.

I have a line on another Nav with part# 9C2T-18K931-AA. Anyone have a clue if this one will work? Perhaps someone on this board with an 09 with Nav knows their part#?

Thank you in advance.

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