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Mike66

adding navigation for PCM

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Hi there

Just bought a 997 4S convertible without navigation. I'm thinking about adding nav and know that Porsche sells komplete kits. Does anyone know the costs and whether installation is a DIY thing or not? I restore classic Porsche and have some knowledge about electronics.

Thanks for your appreciated help and tips,

Mike

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Hi there

Just bought a 997 4S convertible without navigation. I'm thinking about adding nav and know that Porsche sells komplete kits. Does anyone know the costs and whether installation is a DIY thing or not? I restore classic Porsche and have some knowledge about electronics.

Thanks for your appreciated help and tips,

Mike

Ok.....sitting down....???

The PCM System kit is $4,985, with installation it is $ 5,855.

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Ok.....sitting down....???

The PCM System kit is $4,985, with installation it is $ 5,855.

Oooops, that's a bit more than I thought

:eek:

Thanks for this information Nick

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A member of another Porsche forum reports that he just had the option intalled for $3090.84 including parts, labor, and tax.

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A member of another Porsche forum reports that he just had the option intalled for $3090.84 including parts, labor, and tax.

That was probably me ... bought everything off of eBay. Unfortunately the first DVD player didn't work, and I'm still waiting for customs to release the second DVD player.

Keep in mind I had to replace the CD-24 headunit with a PCM2.1. YMMV.

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