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Installing A Factory Navigation System Into 2005 Stang




While surfing the many Mustang forums I visit on a daily basis yesterday I came across a thread over at themustangsource.com where forum member 'mrkabc' replaced the stock Shaker 1000 head unit out of his 2005 Mustang convertible with a brand new factory Navigation unit.  Up until this year navigation units were not available to order on your Mustang and are now available on most models including the GT500.

According to the thread installation can be handled with some basic hand tools and can be completed in about 1.5 hours.  The tools needed are a 7mm nutdriver, phillips screwdriver and a panel puller.  The installation is very well documented with high-res photos at each step.  Check out the installation here.
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  1. Hey
    I have one of the newer mustangs, and i would like to instanll a nav system in it, where can you buy a factory nav system, like the one you got and replaced?
    thanks
     
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  2. The only place I have found them is on Ebay for like $1500.00. Its almost better to go with an aftermarket unit for hundreds less. Some like the factory look though so its definately a tough call.
     
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  3. i have a 2004 mustang 2door coupe. i want to install navigation system in my car and i would like to upgrade my steering wheel to have to volume control buttons on it. is this possible?
    thanks
     
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