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Old 12-21-2014, 03:13 PM   #1
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Hey I have a 2009 lariat equipped with sync..That's about all I would be worried about installing an aftermarket radio. Will I lose it completely? Or will voice functions still work or can it be integrated into the new head unit!!! I need help to decide if it is even work changing. I do have a system installed in the truck that will obviously not get its full potential through a stock radio...HELP!!!
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Nathan go through and read the many posts on this board relating to installing aftermarket HU and maintaining Sync along with steering wheel controls. Just replaced my HU with aftermarket Nav unit myself. Your best bet is to look into Idatalink Maestro unit to maintain Sync and steering wheel controls. From most of my research Kenwood works very well with the maestro unit. Check out the link below..

http://www.f150forum.com/f30/maestro...ention-192560/
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