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Hello All!!!

I am interested in replacing the stock radio that came with my 2010 Nissan Versa 4D Sedan 1.8L. I called my local Audio Express and they quoted me 1k to replace my radio with an aftermarket Kenwood navigation system.

My question is, can I just go buy a navigation system that the upgraded version of my vehicle came with off ebay and throw it in, or is it a little more complicated than that?

This is the navigation system I was interested in: https://tinyurl.com/hmqanqr

I assume there is a little more to it than just ripping out the stock system and slamming in the new navigation system. That coupled with the fact that I have steering wheel controls for the stock radio makes me suspect that it wount be a easy or even possible swap, but I hope to be pleasantly surprised.

Anyone know a thing or two about this? Thanks is advance!
 

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Hello All!!!

I am interested in replacing the stock radio that came with my 2010 Nissan Versa 4D Sedan 1.8L. I called my local Audio Express and they quoted me 1k to replace my radio with an aftermarket Kenwood navigation system.

My question is, can I just go buy a navigation system that the upgraded version of my vehicle came with off ebay and throw it in, or is it a little more complicated than that?

This is the navigation system I was interested in: https://tinyurl.com/hmqanqr

I assume there is a little more to it than just ripping out the stock system and slamming in the new navigation system. That coupled with the fact that I have steering wheel controls for the stock radio makes me suspect that it wount be a easy or even possible swap, but I hope to be pleasantly surprised.

Anyone know a thing or two about this? Thanks is advance!
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Can you wire, solder and follow directions plus ask for help when needed?

Crutchfield.com is pretty good with parts and tech support for DIY. If you are a DIY guy you can use them for research then buy the parts elsewhere.

I am looking at an apple play radio refurbished on ebay for 500 bucks.

Another NOT WORK SAFE website for audio adapters, wire colors, etc is https://installer.com/ I do not know why they added all the shapely anime girls to their site. >:D
 

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Wow, prices dropped that much since I looked? Yeah, Id get a new one at that price unless the refurbished ones are even cheap.

Yeah, Im for deals. I dumpster dive for coupons, scrap metal and stop to pick up old yard tools and stuff people leave out for the trash man. I dont eat food from the garbage.
 
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