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Most of the info I can see on this site Regarding the Jap import V36  Nav/Stereo system replacement relates to Aussie cars or Coupes...

For us NZ owners of the V36 Skyline GT350 sedan .....has anyone got a source for a reliable hack or Nav system replacement? The Thread posts seem to be long dead and I’d love to hear if anyone had a soloution available in NZ these days?

Cheers!

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4 hours ago, Vortexringstate said:

Most of the info I can see on this site Regarding the Jap import V36  Nav/Stereo system replacement relates to Aussie cars or Coupes...

What gave you that impression in our sticky threads? If the post refers to a Skyline and not an Infiniti, then it's a Jap import, just like yours and there have been some references made to fellas in NZ doing the conversions where applicable.

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On 9/17/2020 at 9:03 AM, Vortexringstate said:

Most of the info I can see on this site Regarding the Jap import V36  Nav/Stereo system replacement relates to Aussie cars or Coupes...

For us NZ owners of the V36 Skyline GT350 sedan .....has anyone got a source for a reliable hack or Nav system replacement? The Thread posts seem to be long dead and I’d love to hear if anyone had a soloution available in NZ these days?

Cheers!

Yes there is one and it's widely available on eBay and through many Australian importers, in essence if it's PV-series you'll need this and if it's KV-series you'll need that

The same seller provides OEM looking controls in English and if you want to get rid of Japanese altogether - conversion for the instrument cluster.

I recognise it's not cheap but it's as direct from the solution developers as you can get.

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