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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10th June 2010, 21:08 Thread Starter
 
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I have a type r with no sat nav and was thinking of buying the honda sat nav for it i was just wondering if all the plugs are there ready for me to just plug it in???
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If you go OEM it is going to cost ya big time in money and time, I considered it , then bought a tom tom and a vent mount, easy to put in and update.
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yeah a seen an oem one cheep so might get it and fit it
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Yeah, seen an OEM one cheap so might get it and fit it
If it's the Honda 'Compact' \ SSD SatNav, then I don't believe it's much hassle to install - just a power feed and a mount on the dash (will involve some dash disassembly) ...
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its right out a type r so was hoping it was have all the plugs in mines as Ive got a type r gt hmmm may have a nosey in the dash first before I commit
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its right out a type r so was hoping it was have all the plugs in mines as Ive got a type r gt hmmm may have a nosey in the dash first before I commit
If it's the one that is built into the top 'binnacle' in the dash, avoid it like the plague - huge amount of work to change everything over - been discussed in here several times, but never attempted ...
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looks a major bit of work to do it had a wee look think il give it a miss
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If it's the one that is built into the top 'binnacle' in the dash, avoid it like the plague - huge amount of work to change everything over - been discussed in here several times, but never attempted ...
I am quite sure someone actually did do it, but a LOT of work and very expensive.



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