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  1. An aftermarket GPS take a time to install. and need expert people to install mybe? Then I need a double din fitting with the same "frame" of PCM. Where can I find? :huh: D'you have experience regarding this issue? Loren I'm sorry but I just newer and I can't understand your sentence : "put a "Wanted" ad in the Wanted forum here, and check salvage yards for parts too" :rolleyes:
  2. Hi Loren, Thank you for information I became a contribution member now :rolleyes: Many interesting document but I didn't find exactly the upgrade to PCM2 mybe your link regarding an upgrade to PCM 2.1 (the equipment with external DVD navigation drive..) Any case you know where I can find a new PCM2 to buy? (Better new .), Any suggest..My be web site etc.. Right now I check on ebay but without success Thanks a lot Toni
  3. HI all, I'm thinking to retrofit my 2007 porsche boxster 987 with a PCM2 navigator module. Now I've just the entry level CDR24 without bose system. I've seen that this is quite possible, the only difficult is to find exactly the compatible module. (with, w/o bose, ampl , ecc). Anyone of you did do that without problem? Any suggest to find on line shop or dealer to buy the PCM2? I guess that here in USA is simplier to find porsche parts accessories or used parts, instead of Europe I mean.. :rolleyes: Thanks Toni
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