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I have the Navus ugly GPS box on my top dash, is removing as simple as cutting the wires and removing unit or there special things that need to be done?

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Pop the radio fascia off
Unplug the connector
Then I did this with mine
Leaves a tiny hole in the dash
Covered up nicely with a dash mat
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No need to cut anything just unplug the Nav harness and fit the remaining harness back into the radio.
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