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Customer Reviews

iDatalink ACC-NAV2

Connect the factory GPS antenna in select vehicles to a Pioneer receiver

MFR # ACC-NAV2

iDatalink ACC-NAV2

iDatalink ACC-NAV2

Connect the factory GPS antenna in select vehicles to a Pioneer receiver

MFR # ACC-NAV2

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Essential!

Valerie from Kailua Kona, HI on 1/23/2022

2012 Kia Optima Hybrid

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Essential for Pioneer radio install in Kia. Much more accurate than installing the GPS that comes with the radio.

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It's a connector. It works.

Crutchfield customer from Urbana, IL on 1/9/2021

2010 GMC Sierra

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Connected my Pioneer DMH-W4660NEX to the factory GPS antenna in my 2010 GMC Sierra Hybrid 3HB with factory nav. Signal quality measurement was the same with this as it was with the Pioneer-provided GPS antenna ("OK").

Pros: Works as advertised. Plug-and-play installation in my vehicle. It helped to provide the super-clean bolt-in/plug-in installation I was going for.

Cons: Factory antenna is as old as the vehicle. Using the Pioneer antenna included with the head unit is cheaper (but not as clean).

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Time saver

Crutchfield customer from Delphos, OH on 11/27/2020

2010 Jeep Wrangler

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Made using my existing oem antenna possible

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Clean Installation

Tario Anthony from Ypsilanti, MI on 8/23/2020

2017 Ford Explorer

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Perfect fit for my 2017 Ford Explorer without the Sony package. I installed a Pioneer W4660NEX along with the Maestro RR2, Maestro MFT1 and got Maestro NAV2, SAT1 so I wouldn't have to run the GPS wires

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Works in Porsches Replacing a PCM 3.0 with a Pioneer

Crutchfield customer from Tuscaloosa, AL on 7/1/2020

2009 Porsche Cayman

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This adapter cable does fit at least all Porsches with PCM 3.0 Navigation. It works beautifully in my 2009 base Cayman using the factory GPS antenna with Pioneer's AVIC-W8600NEX.

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Double check if you actually need this item.

Crutchfield customer from Novi, MI on 5/24/2020

2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I'm going to assume this would have worked properly since the sat connector from the same company worked great but I actually didn't need it since I'm not connecting any supplemental nav unit to my radio.

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Great for pioneer

Crutchfield customer from Enterprise, AL on 3/22/2020

2010 Chrysler 300

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Great product for anyone wanting to keep their factory antenna for GPS with the maestro. Only issue was the wire inside the terminal had to be re-crimped.

Pros: Can still use factory antenna with this

Cons: Check these crimp inside terminals

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