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NAVIGATION GPS ANTENNA RG174 CABLE WITH GT5 CONNECTOR

3 METER (10 FEET)  CABLE

MAGNETIC BASE

Suitable models (GT5):

 

TOYOTA (Toyota car DVD navigation)

Alpine (Alpine) NAV-200, NVE-N751A, NVE-N751AS, NVE-N851A, NVE-N852A

Chrysler (Chrysler), Dodge (Dodge), Jeep (Jeep) RB1 CD DVD RDS GPS RADIO UNIT

Clarion

Ford (Ford) 9000 VNR Navi

Grundig

Magnetic

Marelli

Mercedes (Mercedes) Command 2.0: A203, A208, A210, A230, A220 820 5889 16:9 and A463 (Part numbers: 203, A208, A210, A230, A220 820 5889 16:9 and A463)

Nissan (Nissan) XANAVI

Panasonic (Matsushita)

Pioneer (Pioneer) Navigation AVIC 505

Volvo (Volvo) HU 1205

Kenwood (Kenwood) DDX5022

Kenwood DDX5032

Kenwood DDX7032

Kenwood DDX812

Kenwood DNX5120

Kenwood DNX7120

Kenwood DNX7220

Kenwood DNX7320

Kenwood DNX8120


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