The Navi in the center of the dash also controls the primary functions of the car like AC/Heat/Radio/XM, and 6xcd changer/player. This took a bit of wiggling to get out. All of these components are held in with spring clips. Some of the spring clips sprung off during extraction and I had to hunt them down with a stick magnet and pop them back on.
This is my OEM Navi console. Quite a heavy box and lots of stuff. My goals are to figure out what kind of screen it has and how touchscreen inputs are read.
The wiring for the Y cable harness plugs into the back of the Navi device in the trunk. When the switch is in the OFF position, it passes the video signal through from the Navi device to the Navi screen. When the switch is in the ON position, it passes video signal from my Scando which is in turn receiving a signal from my carputer.
My first Scando 1024 was $50 sold on Ebay "AS IS" and stated it powers on and came with no manual, power supply or instructions. Although it powered on as stated, it was not ouputting any signals on the output ports.. rats!! My second Scando 1024 off of Ebay was for $36 with S&H and it put out the signal as well as powered up.
Look at those pretty button that I can't push!! :-(