2017 Ranger retro fit sat nav

Asked by Mar 06, 2017 at 10:26 AM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What parts would I need from another vehicle to retrospectively fit Sat nav to
my Non sat nav Ranger ?

8 Answers

96,815

Check with the dealer, it may already be wired and just need the accessories to make it operational.

I have tried to get an answer but nobody seems willing to tell me ! Some have said I will probably need a wiring loom and possibly a different ECU........?

96,815

That usually means that they don't want to be bothered with looking up the diagram too see, and as it is new the dealer is the only place that has them right now. So you could find another dealer out of your area, and if that's a dead end then your only other alternative is go aftermarket.

I agree, it's too much to bother with as far as they are concerned. I was hoping someone on here may know but it's a long shot. Thanks !

69,575

Use your smart phone and avoid all the trouble of a retrofit.

Yes, I will if it cant be done.

96,815

It's too new, maybe in a year or two they will release the diagrams.

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For the older model (up to 2015) you can buy aftermarket sat nav units that replace the existing screen and plugs into the existing loom. It can then do lots of extra functions as well, but they don't make it for the latest model yet.

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