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    Hi, I finished installing the navigation unit in my car and I have some extra parts for sale. I have the ACM, monitor, panel with controls, and HVAC module from a 2011 Mustang without heated seats. I tested it all in my car and everything works great. There is a small scratch on the monitor but it is hard to see when the monitor is off (see last picture). You cannot see it when the screen is on. Everything you would need to complete the install is in this thread: http://themustangsource.com/forums/f...em-nav-516988/

    I'm asking $650 OBO for everything. Please PM me if you are interested or have any questions. I would be willing to help with the install if close to Naperville.













    Last edited by trysavy; 06-03-2015 at 11:41 AM. Reason: New price

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    The install really isn't that bad especially if you have a 2013-2014 premium because you won't have to wire an external amp.

    If you have a base model, I have an extra satellite antenna and sync module I will include.

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    If it had the heated seats id throw it in my caah

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    Quote Originally Posted by mee14x View Post
    If it had the heated seats id throw it in my caah
    I understand, that's why I have these extras. You could wire separate switches for the heated seats. They provide a ground for the relay. I decided not to go this route because I wanted the stock look.


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    I have an extra console trim for a manual you could have to add the switches so you wouldn't have to cut yours...

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    Make an offer if you are interested

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    New price

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    Sold, please close

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