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Hello,

do you guys know the part number for ordering complete navigation kit for honda civic EU 5 door? i want to swap the radio with sat nav kit that comes from honda.

does anyone have done that before? any pics?

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Do you mean the new T-grade satnav?

The old style sat nav is a massive job to retro-fit.
Here is a little about that:
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/ipods-m...del-civic.html
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/type-r/...-retrofit.html
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/electro...n-into-es.html




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It would cost about 2 grand to fit that satnav

you might as well sell the car and get an EX

The EX has alot of other features which are good to have which the ES dont have
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do this instead

Honda Civic FN 2 Hatchback 2006- Double DIN facia trim

follow link, i think it would be alot cheaper and easy to do. also prob be able to get a better system in too

hope this helps
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i think that a normal GPS from 150$ will do the job the dash looks kind of expensive...
thank you anyway...
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