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  1. Hi! First time poster. Just got a 2004 Cayenne S today (140k miles–I'm a bit nervous). Anyways, one of the first things on the list of things is to update the stereo. The radio unit is a CDR-23 (no nav), but I *think* it has the BOSE system. From what I've read, if I want to use the factory amp, I'd need to use a MOST HUR kit. I'd rather avoid this because they're lots of $$ relative to the price of a receiver (or even what I paid for the car). Would rather spend $500 on a better amp or something. I did come across this post which seems to be what my situation will be (even though it is for a Carrera). Aside from the physical location of a trunk, etc, would this apply to my situation? Also, would anybody happen to know a wiring harness they sell in the US that is compatible? Would love any advice. Also curious if I don't go the MOST HUR route, if functions such as steering wheel controls will still work? Thanks! Mike
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