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Old 07-26-2011, 02:11 PM
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08 Superduty Nav Radio Swap

so after reading For a couple of hours I think I'm more confused. Will a OEM navigation unit from a 08 F250, plug and play in my 08 F250? I would be upgrading from the OEM 6-Disc w/aux button and Xm.
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not sure depends on the number of connectors ur truck has I did what u did on my navi and it worked just make sure you have everything gps antenna ect
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I did one in my 08. It was plug and play. I just needed the gps antenna and mounted that to the rear of the radio using velcro. All the plugs matched.
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I put a 08 mustang dd nav 6 disc in my 09 f250 last week I had to purchase a stock sat ant for the stang(pink plug) and secured it to the dash. Works perfectly. I also used an simple setup and a scc1 Sirius receiver and my ipod plugs right in as well and all is awesome
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