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Anyone install a 10+ nav into a non nav (both JBL) 2nd Gen

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by cu52, Apr 25, 2018.

  1. Apr 25, 2018 at 11:59 AM
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    cu52

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    I have searched and cannot find the details for the 10+ install of this. I know how to do the 08-10 ones as they are a bit simpler. (did this in a 2008 highlander).

    For some reason I like the look of the OEM navigation unit and the quality of the oem microphone. Yes I know the Nav portion SUCKS. I have had two others with the OEM nav (09 tundra and 08 Sequoia).


    My canadian Platinum did not come with Nav.I already have a replacement unit from a 2011 to install into my 2013. I currently have a JBL stereo and a E7026 navigation unit to install.


    From the non Nav to Nav unit a majority of the wiring is identical, but I have to switch a few wires for the microphone, steering controls, speed signal and get new connections for the parking brake and reverse signal/camera feed.


    I believe that I need two new connectors K7 (24 pin) and K6 (5) pin. I have part numbers for those. I do not believe I need K8 (12 pin) – Sat radio.


    K6 New

    K7 new

    J107 or K8 I am not sure. If K8 then it is for sat radio in NAV unit. If K107 then USB/AUX signal.

    K18 = K4

    K21=K3

    K24 =K25

    K26? New?

    K22 in old unit carries USB signals/Aux



    I believe I need the following:

    K7-pin 17 gets Telephone Microphone Assembly Power from K25-3

    K7-19 gets Mirophone + From K25-2

    K7-20 gets Microphone - From K25-5

    K7-22 gets Camera video

    K7-24 gets camera power



    Speed signal moves to K6-3 from K3-3

    Connect parking brake to K6-1 ( or ground?)

    Connect reverse to K6-5



    Any help is appreciated. Images of the connectors below. Thanks TundraTalk!


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  2. May 4, 2018 at 6:07 PM
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    Anyone ?
     
  3. Jun 14, 2018 at 9:11 PM
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    I have wiring clips to do the swap but the Voice, on hook and off hook buttons on the steering are not working. Mode, Vol -/+ and Track -/+ work fine. Not sure if it is the voltage not being exact or some other issues. Anyone able to assist?
     
  4. Aug 10, 2018 at 9:33 PM
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    I'm sorry I can't help you, but I have the same situation going on. I have 3 connections that didn't have anywhere to connect when I upgraded my HU. I attached pics. Do you know what these connectors do and where I can find adapters for them that would fit a pioneer AVH-W4400NEX? Sorry to jump in your thread without an answer but if someone has help they maybe could help us both. 2011 Tundra.

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  5. Aug 17, 2018 at 2:41 PM
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    Not sure of 2 of them but the blue one looks like the XM antenna connector. Take a look at this post.
    https://www.tundratalk.net/forums/t...ussion/158370-2013oem-xm-antenna-adapter.html
     
  6. Aug 22, 2018 at 9:15 AM
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    Blue is XM Radio antenna Confirmed

    Top in your photo is the K22 connector - Appears to have signal info for USB connector and AVC-LAN comminication signal
    lower is the K25 connector - This has Microphone connections / signal
     

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