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I apologize if this has been asked before, but I have gotten different responses from different people.

Was wondering if the in dash Nav system could be installed in a 300c that didnt originally have it. I saw the aftermarket/chrysler one that mounted on top of the dash, and dont like it much. When I was inquiring about the stock one, a few people told me I couldnt get it installed since the entire car would have to be rewired...

This legit or BS?

Thanks in advance.
 

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I installed the navigation after purchase. It only takes about an hour and not that difficult. You do need a new bezel that is available from you dealer.
Good Luck...
 

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Abhunter said:
Ok i will bite how much for the upgrade to have the Nav system?

I got my Nav unit on ebay for 900 dollars, then I had to get the bezel from Chrysler for 100. So $1000.00 total... If you go through the dealer or one of our sponsors for the part, the nav radio costs $1600 or so (plus 100 for the bezel).
 

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Can anyone tell me were is the wiring diagram for the Chrysler 300 I want to install a aftermarket car audio system with a nav and I just wanted to know which wires from the factory system goes were. Annd where can I fine a wiring harness that would fit the factory connector. I have a 2006 model with out the nav. I do have Satellite radio.
 

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Can anyone tell me were is the wiring diagram for the Chrysler 300 I want to install a aftermarket car audio system with a nav and I just wanted to know which wires from the factory system goes were. Annd where can I fine a wiring harness that would fit the factory connector. I have a 2006 model with out the nav. I do have Satellite radio.

Check this thread out. I think this is what you are looking for... http://www.300cforums.com/forums/ca...-audio-upgrades.html?highlight=wiring+diagram
 

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Stock Navi install is a breeze i just recently did mine in 45 minutes, all I had to do beside plug & play is purchase the bezel (ebay $72) with the larger opening for the navi unit.
 

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I apologize if this has been asked before, but I have gotten different responses from different people.

Was wondering if the in dash Nav system could be installed in a 300c that didnt originally have it. I saw the aftermarket/chrysler one that mounted on top of the dash, and dont like it much. When I was inquiring about the stock one, a few people told me I couldnt get it installed since the entire car would have to be rewired...

This legit or BS?

Thanks in advance.

http://site.wyckoffchryslerparts.com/instructions/82208653.pdf
check out that link and it gives you a list of parts needed also. If I find any I'll get back to you.
 

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Yes I Did It Myself Very Easy. You Have To Buy A New Bezel From The Dealer. Thats The Silver Border Around The Stero. Very Easy 2 Insatll Also.
 

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NAV antenna location?

Does the NAV antenna mount "under" the dash, or do you need to snake it up top?
Do you still have controll of your radio functions from the steering wheel controlls?

Thanks for the info...
 

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Does the NAV antenna mount "under" the dash, or do you need to snake it up top?
Do you still have controll of your radio functions from the steering wheel controlls?

Thanks for the info...
i mounted my nav antenna behind the rec unit between the two vents. You will see a metal horizontal bar and i just stuck some double sided tape on the antenna and attached it to that bar. I did it so the wire was facing towards the driver, so far it seems to work perfect. If you had steering wheel controls you will continue to have them. If for some reason they do not work you will have to go to the dealer and have them enable them with starscan tool.
 
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