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Axxess AXDIS-PO13 (with MOST 25 amp) Data Interface with SWC for Porsche 2010-2016

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Axxess AXDIS-PO13 (with MOST 25 amp) Data Interface with SWC

Flat Aftermarket Antenna to OEM Radio Adapter (40-VW20) by Metra¬ģ. This top-grade product is expertly made in compliance with stringent industry standards to offer a fusion of a well-balanced design and high level of craftsmanship. Manufactured from industry-leading materials using up-to-date equipment, it ensures everlasting reliability and enduring value. This product is distinguished by total quality assurance, unsurpassed by anybody else. These adapters will let you install an aftermarket stereo and use the OEM antenna, or adapt your radio to use a standard Motorola-cabled antenna.


  • Provides accessory power
  • Retains R.A.P. (retained accessory power)
  • Designed for MOST fiber amplified system
  • Retains reverse camera
  • Micro-B USB updatable
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, speed sense)
  • Retains steering wheel controls
  • Retains balance

Vehicle Fitment:


  • 911 (991) 2012-2016 PCM 3.1
  • Cayenne 2012-2016 PCM 3.1
  • Panamera 2010-2016 PCM 3.1

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