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Hi guys, I have 2012 r-spec 3.8 manual. I looking to upgrade to the oem touch screen navigation stereo system. Has anyone had any issues? I do know I need to replace the mounting brackets and the trim. Anything else I should be aware of? any wiring I need to mess with or its just direct swap. I am open to If there are after market stereos then OEM. Just need good bluetooth connection then my stock non-gps/touch screen(infinity stereo). Thanks.
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OEM infinity amp and wiring
and some major reconstructive wiring on the harness to the point that it would be easier to just swap dash harnesses.
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Rspec radio is crap, but I live with it, my bluetooth went out "system not ready" a while back, still no fix for that.
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Rspec radio is crap, but I live with it, my bluetooth went out "system not ready" a while back, still no fix for that.
I know man, I feel your pain. I thinking about just changing the stereo to aftermarket one. Saw a few at best buy.
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I just wonder if all your steering wheel buttons will work after the swtich...
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All the bk1 stereos were crap. I changed mine 6 months after owning the car.
I couldn't stand the pop, then pause every 5 minutes when the bluetooth would reset.
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I just wonder if all your steering wheel buttons will work after the swtich...
I think there is harnesses for wheel buttons, I'm researching into it. I careless about navigation system but definitely want a great Bluetooth connection.
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All the bk1 stereos were crap. I changed mine 6 months after owning the car.
I couldn't stand the pop, then pause every 5 minutes when the bluetooth would reset.
That's the one I thing I hate about my genny.
Do you mind sharing how, what did you switch to. Thanks mate.
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I have a 2011 3.8 track with navigation and it is terrible. Bluetooth won't connect half the time and it freezes every once it awhile. I wouldn't go through the trouble of swapping it in your car. I would lean towards after market if I were you
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Most OEM nav (all manufacturers) units before 2014? are run some version of Windows CE (think the version of windows before the first windows phones came out a while back).

I have a chinese stereo form Xrross

I got it because it has an Android OS and the company offers regular updates/patches for their stereos
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Most OEM nav (all manufacturers) units before 2014? are run some version of Windows CE (think the version of windows before the first windows phones came out a while back).

I have a chinese stereo form Xrross

I got it because it has an Android OS and the company offers regular updates/patches for their stereos
Im an android guy too, you have some sorta picture or model number for that stereo?
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I know it seems like you want to keep OEM stuff but the aftermarket is really good for the stereo. Steering wheel control functionality is maintained with a module such as an Axxess.

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All the bk1 stereos were crap. I changed mine 6 months after owning the car.
I couldn't stand the pop, then pause every 5 minutes when the bluetooth would reset.
I really want to upgrade my BK1 system. But i want to keep the steering wheel functionality and i really just want BT for my music. Any suggestions?
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I really want to upgrade my BK1 system. But i want to keep the steering wheel functionality and i really just want BT for my music. Any suggestions?
the no name "navi" stereos can be programmed with steering wheel controls.

Basically you wire it up, with the controls (3 wires. 1 ground, and 2 signal wires. 1 for each side of the steering wheel) start the app to learn controls, then follow the instructions.

The last 3 android base chinese stereos were setup like that.
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