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1999 Carera 2 Navigation

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:lightbulb: Did the MY99 come with the Nav option, if so where can I buy one

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PCM 1 was an option. It was expensive hard to use and very difficult to retrofit.

IMHO you should buy a good after market system - the newer ones are much better these days.

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Definitely go aftermarket. I would usually never say that, but the PCM 1 nav system was pretty pathetic the day it was released and its extremely pathetic in todays terms.

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Thanks, just got a quote for an AVIC Z2 at Senor Stereo, they said it will look factory

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I guess the Caveat to my post was, make sure you take it to a good installer. I cant stress this enough. Myself, I don't think Senor Stereo sounds too confidence inspiring. I would ring up the local dealer and ask their service department who they recommend. Its important you ask the service department and not the sales department. The service department is going to hook you up with people who do quality work. The sales department is going to send you to the lowest bidder, which is what they use when they have stuff installed in new cars. I have seen some amazingly bad work done to these fine vehicles. Sometimes you cant see it in plain view but bad work will almost always come back and cause headaches in the future.

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