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Factory radio swap out.


Old 04-16-2016, 03:39 PM
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Factory radio swap out.

I have a 2010 R3. I just acquired a GT factory touch screen nav head unit and air control complete with face plate for a really good deal. However after it was installed it asks to be taken to the dealer. I called the dealer and they want 350 bucks to reprogram for my car. Is there a simple way around this? That seems like way to much. I understand they are crooks from the start but dang.....
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Did you sucseed about this? I have a R3 like you and trying to install a GT Nav to it. The problem i have is to figure out the 24 pin cable marked in the photo.

Sound is ok, radio is playing but i have the warning which tells me to take it to the dealer. Dealer told me that they can not do anything, because radio is not getting the vehicle info (?) . According to them i have to make a connector between orginal harness and this marked connector.

So anyone have a idea or did anyone made this replacement before? Any info about this connector?

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