seldomseen wrote:Technically speaking the conversion you're inquiring about is doable, but will be extremely expensive, and quite frankly not worth doing. Just purchase a GPS within the likes of Garmin and call it a day. Your next cost-effective alternative is to have an DD indash navigation unit custom built into your Murano. This type of install would be significantly cheaper than converting your existing setup to an OEM set-up.Lawrencmd wrote:I just purchased a 2013 Murano S. Did not want the base model but received 7k in rebates and incentives. The on thing I feel I must have is Navigation. My question is 2 part. Is the screen in the S model the same screen that functions the Nav on the models equipped with Navigation? If so is there a unit to add just for Navigation I could install? If not if I replaced the radio unit with a GPS/NAV/DVD unit what should I be looking for and can I add the steering wheel controls aswell?
Thanks in Advance
Rogue One wrote:Technically speaking the conversion you're inquiring about is doable, but will be extremely expensive...
Scottgiller15 wrote:Has anyone serious looked into swapping out the head unit?
Had you bothered to look, there's a link to the FSM in my sig line.Scottgiller15 wrote:Does anyone have wiring diagrams, or schematics of the two units to compare?
Did you ever find out if you could swap in a stereo with nav? I'm in 100% the exact same situation as you. All I'm after is native bluetooth streaming. Don't care about the actual nav.Scottgiller15 wrote: ↑Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:40 amThis is the best/cheapest solution:
http://gromaudio.com/store/accessories/ ... erter.html
No need to start a new thread for a question that you've already asked.ksprangers wrote: ↑Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:34 pmHi,
I'm looking to see if anyone as swapped out the head unit and controls on their Murano, or other Nissan. The SOLE reason for this is to have native bluetooth on the factory stereo. I don't care if the NAV works. In fact, I assume the GPS antenna wouldn't even be installed as part of this (possible point of error?). Is it as simple as taking the old one out, putting the new one in? Thanks!
2012 Murano SL