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I tried using the search but could not find the answer I was looking for. I intend on replacing my PCM 2.0 (cd version) with Pioneer or Alpine Navigation unit. I intend on doing self install which I have much experience with ..... but with regular cars not MOST.

So from what I see from the wiring diagram the MOST goes from the PCM to the amp and from amp to speaker are regular speakers. So I could just replace the PCM and the amp. I would just have to run pre-amp cables from front to rear to new amp. The amp would have to be at least a 3 way to isolate the sub and tweeters. I would most likely get a 5 way. I would run the GPS cable along with the pre-amp cable and install in the rear wing with the other antenna.

I would of course loose steering wheel controls, but in reality all I am really loosing is the ability to adjust the volume since the other buttons only act as a scan and not to change from one programmed channel to the next.

I have seen the MOST-HUR, but there is no info on the NAV-TV website on it. Does anyone know of anyother product to which I could use to maintain MOST wires and steering wheel functions.


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I have seen the MOST-HUR, but there is no info on the NAV-TV website on it. Does anyone know of anyother product to which I could use to maintain MOST wires and steering wheel functions.


I purchased some stuff from Nav-tv for my 2008 Jeep. They seem to be horrible about putting up current accurate information on their site. I would try calling/emailing them directly to find out more. This is what I had to do to get the Jeep stuff.

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