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  1. Yes it is! Don't let anyone tell you different. If you know how to use a few minor tools, and have some patience in some tight areas, you'll do just fine. It is important to order the kit that is for the CD changer, whether or not you have one. The "Y" MOST harness that comes in this kit is essential and key to a sucessfull installation. It took me about 2.5 hrs to install and I didn't hurry. It works beautifully and I didn't have to take it to the dealer to hook up to their PIWIS tester as some have done or suggested. It's been working for over three weeks with no issues, and actually gets better reception than the Sirius in my Cayenne S. I would be glad to help anyone with any questions or if you are in the D.C. Metro area, perhaps I could assist you in person. Steve
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