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Axxess AXDIS-LR92 Data Interface w/ MOST25 Amp & SWC Retention for Land Rover LR3 2005-2009

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Axxess AXDIS-LR92 Data Interface w/ MOST25 Amp & SWC Retention for Land Rover 04-09 Discovery Range Rover Sport Vehicles

Axxess AXDIS-LR92 Radio Replacement Interface Steering Wheel Control Retention for Select Land Rover 04-09 Discovery Range Rover Sport Vehicles. It provides NAV output when installing a navigation multimedia radio. The multimedia interface will also retain the MOST 25 amplifiers.
  • No time retention
  • 1st gen no time retention
  • NAV screen will only show LR logo

Instruction Manual
Tech Tip


  • 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
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


Land Rover

  • LR3 2005-2009 (†)
  • Range Rover Sport 2006-2009 (*) (†)

(*) 1st gen no time retention
(†) NAV screen will only show LR logo

  • AXDIS-LR92 interface
  • AXDIS-LR92 amplifier interface
  • AXSWC interface
  • AXDIS-LR92 harness
  • AXSWC harness
  • Female 3.5mm connector with stripped leads

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