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  1. Hi guys, I've been poking around the forums and google, but I cannot find a definitive answer. I have a 2006 Cayenne with a CDR23 and Bose. I want to know if I can remove this and drop in a factory nav kit without any issues. The kit includes a factory head unit, nav module, DVD changer, and GPS antenna. It does not include any cables. I assume the Bose speakers will plug in no issue, but I don't know what cables I'll need for the nav module, DVD changer, and GPS antenna. Has anyone done this before, know what I'll need, or if this will even work? I expect I will have to route the antenna to the rear, and I have no problem doing that. In the end, I am hoping this will be plug and play.
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