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Hi, i was wondering if anyone knew if you can swap out the 09 navi/ac control/bluetooth for a newer models? and if so, what other units have to be swapped?

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Old 10-09-2017, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, i was wondering if anyone knew if you can swap out the 09 navi/ac control/bluetooth for a newer models? and if so, what other units have to be swapped?





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You can do it and go to an aftermarket double din, its just a pain in the ***. you have to get all of the base model trim pieces and I think a couple electronic pieces/boxes to make it work. Also you will lose some things like climate control. There is plenty of info on here if you can find via search. If you did want to do it, im sure someone on here would trade you their base stuff for your nav system.
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You can do it and go to an aftermarket double din, its just a pain in the ***. you have to get all of the base model trim pieces and I think a couple electronic pieces/boxes to make it work. Also you will lose some things like climate control. There is plenty of info on here if you can find via search. If you did want to do it, im sure someone on here would trade you their base stuff for your nav system.


ya but i was trying to replace my oem tech stuff for a newer oem tech stuff, i dont want to go aftermarket for that exact reason of losing controls
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ya but i was trying to replace my oem tech stuff for a newer oem tech stuff, i dont want to go aftermarket for that exact reason of losing controls
> implying Nissan would spend money to upgrade a sports car tech stuff
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I believe he’s asking about a direct swap out, not a conversion like most others on here. OP, to answer your question, I know the screen quality improved and software got upgraded as of 2011 or so across the Nissan/Infiniti range, so at the minimum you would need a screen module and the nav module from a 2011+ Z (don’t quote me on the year cutoff — do some research first). Up until 2014, anyway, you shouldn’t have any trouble with the swap. Probably okay with 15/16/17 as well, but I’m less familiar with the changes, if any, Nissan made to the interior electronics here.
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I believe heís asking about a direct swap out, not a conversion like most others on here. OP, to answer your question, I know the screen quality improved and software got upgraded as of 2011 or so across the Nissan/Infiniti range, so at the minimum you would need a screen module and the nav module from a 2011+ Z (donít quote me on the year cutoff ó do some research first). Up until 2014, anyway, you shouldnít have any trouble with the swap. Probably okay with 15/16/17 as well, but Iím less familiar with the changes, if any, Nissan made to the interior electronics here.


ya thats what i was thinking, only thing im kinda worried about is having to go through a harness headache. plus i would want to swap out the bluetooth system since 09 doesnt support ad2p and is complete garbage sound
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ya thats what i was thinking, only thing im kinda worried about is having to go through a harness headache. plus i would want to swap out the bluetooth system since 09 doesnt support ad2p and is complete garbage sound
Any of the stock BT sounds awful thats why we recommend aftermarket
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I think the major nav update started with the 2010 model.

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