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They cost $325 brand new. Also apparently you no longer have to modify the nav unit on the Explorer's. They make them plug and play now. So it wouldnt be worth me selling it. I will hold on to it and mayby use it in a future car.
Im not sure. I will have to check first how much they go for new because the price probably came down since i bought it in 06. I paid like $500-$600 for it back then. Not including the back-up camera. I will check with the manufacturer and base my price of that.
Here is the link for the unit...
yes see my post here:
I dont have my explorer anymore but i pulled the interface unit out and would be willing to sell it if your interested.
You can buy them direct from Navteq here:
or you can find...
"The most radical change: The Explorer America concept is built on a more car-like unibody frame" :(
I just cut out the stock resonator and muffler, welded in a magnaflow Muffler. Sorry I don’t know which one. My exhaust guy supplied it. Then just cut about 12 inches off the end and welded a new tip on.
I posted some pics in this post...
I have the Mobile Ease installed in my X. I love it. I bought it on ebay and it was alot cheaper then the dealer’s price. I like how it integrates with the stock radio. It automatically mutes the sound, controls the volume with the steering wheel controls, and even pauses the CD & DVD player if...