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Let us make a match for you Since 1974, we at Crutchfield have been committed to making great car audio more accessible to everyone. Factory integration is a perfect example. Choosing the right integration package for your specific car and stereo combination can sometimes be a confusing endeavor - which is why we created a special tool to make it easier. Just enter your information in our Outfit My Car SM tool, add the stereo you want to your shopping cart, and we'll present easy-to-select packages that let you keep various factory features. And here's the best part - when you buy a stereo from us, your factory integration gear is 40% off. To get started visit crutchfield.com/whatfits Your 6.2" touchscreen control center The Kenwood Excelon DDX5902 DVD receiver gives you perks like smartphone mirroring, an HD Radio tuner, and Bluetooth audio streaming with aptX . Pair it with the iDatalink Maestro and a vehicle- specific harness to retain factory features. #113DDX5902 $499.99 The brains behind the features Own a Ford, GM, Chrysler, or VW vehicle? The iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR interface module could let you keep every factory perk. #794ADSMRR $149.99 Where the Maestro meets your car To use the Maestro you'll need a vehicle- specific iDatalink harness to match your car's wiring. Some special features like rear-seat video may require an additional harness. Prices range from $29.99 - $54.99 Since you're already making room for the Maestro... ... why not throw in 165+ channels of SiriusXM? Keep your existing satellite radio antenna and integrate a SiriusXM SXV300V1 tuner using an iDatalink adapter (compatible with select vehicles). SiriusXM SXV300V1 tuner #220SXV300 $69.99 You may be eligible for a $70 rebate. See crutchfield.com/sxmrebate for details iDatalink SAT1 antenna adapter #794ANTSAT1 $19.99 Flash it and stash it One of our favorite factory integration systems is the iDatalink Maestro, which is compatible with most 2006 and up Ford, GM, Chrysler, and VW vehicles. It's not so exciting to look at - just a box connected to wire harnesses - but once you "flash" it with a vehicle-specific update from your PC and install it, you'll never have to see it again. It works entirely behind the scenes to maintain the features you love. See the Maestro work with an aftermarket receiver at crutchfield.com/iDatalink Alexander Hrabe is a lover of auto gear, new and old - his classic car sports one of Kenwood's latest receivers as well as a vintage trip computer with 4-digit display. The iDatalink Maestro acts as the middleman between your vehicle's wiring harness and a compatible stereo like this Kenwood Excelon DVD receiver. Some wire splicing is involved in installation, but we can walk you through any challenges with our free lifetime tech support. 23

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