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Axxess AX-PO90052 Data Interface with M.O.S.T. 25 Amp & SWC Porsche 2004-2009

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Axxess AX-PO90052 Data Interface with M.O.S.T. 25 Amp & SWC Porsche 2004-2009

You want to upgrade the stereo in your 2005-09 Porsche, but you don't want to lose important factory features. Axxess' AX-PO90052 interface retains the steering wheel audio controls, along with the Porsche M.O.S.T. 25 amplifier. It also provides a 12-volt accessory output and maintains your retained accessory power (R.A.P.) feature, as well as providing the navigation connections (reverse, speed pulse, and parking brake) that you'll need to install a car stereo with GPS. 


  • Provides accessory power
  • Retains R.A.P. (retained accessory power)
  • Designed for amplified models
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, speed sense)
  • Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
  • Retains balance
  • Micro “B” USB updatable

  • Radio replacement interface module
  • Amplifier interface module
  • Steering wheel control interface module (ASWC-1)
  • CTS-P005.2M wiring harness
  • Steering wheel control harness
  • LD-SWC-F3.5 harness
  • Installation Instructions

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