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#21 OFFLINE   Armando

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 08:57 AM

That strange,

I am from the Netherlands and got my mondeo this past ending of june. It is equipped sync 3.









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#22 OFFLINE   Beethoven

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 10:24 AM

Dat is inderdaad zo..

Maar dit apparaat is aftermarket en wordt gezien als (eventueel) een vervanger.

Dit apparaat is NIET OEM

 

 

That is true ..
But this device is aftermarket and is seen as a (possible) NOT OEM replacement.
 



#23 OFFLINE   LoganK

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Posted 28 November 2016 - 11:37 AM

Can anyone explain to me why it is not possible to keep the stock radio,
In tact but stashed somewhere not visible, and then add a different aftermarket stereo/indash screen (I think I found a Chinese based company that makes fully integrated Sync systems willing to sell me a faceplate) that only connects to the speakers, your own aftermarket microphone for voice activation, and volume and audio settings. If you remove the speakers from the stock radio and just have the audio functions controlled by the aftermarket radio, It would be fine. There's nothing about Sync I need that is rekated to the actual stereo functionality. As long as I can see vehicle diagnostics in the display by the odometer, i'm fine. Nothing else involving th Sync system requires me to see or interact with. I'd wager you could get the current stock stereo and screen to output to the new display pretty easily...and use the voice activation and or remote to control it if you ever needed to like mess with the MyKey controls.

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Posted 28 November 2016 - 08:13 PM

Can anyone explain to me why it is not possible to keep the stock radio,
In tact but stashed somewhere not visible, and then add a different aftermarket stereo/indash screen (I think I found a Chinese based company that makes fully integrated Sync systems willing to sell me a faceplate) that only connects to the speakers, your own aftermarket microphone for voice activation, and volume and audio settings. If you remove the speakers from the stock radio and just have the audio functions controlled by the aftermarket radio, It would be fine. There's nothing about Sync I need that is rekated to the actual stereo functionality. As long as I can see vehicle diagnostics in the display by the odometer, i'm fine. Nothing else involving th Sync system requires me to see or interact with. I'd wager you could get the current stock stereo and screen to output to the new display pretty easily...and use the voice activation and or remote to control it if you ever needed to like mess with the MyKey controls.

 

You right, you can keep the stock radio tucked away elsewhere and wire an aftermarket HU to the speakers and SWC.

The stock radio doesn't play a part in the display by the odometer.

 

However, I would not consider it easy to have the stock radio output to the new display.






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