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Raxiom OE-Style GPS Navigation w/ Bluetooth & Back-Up Camera - Sync (10-14 All)

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  • Navigation System with IGO Primo 2.0 Software
  • 7” HD Touch-Screen LCD
  • Includes Full Color Back-Up Camera
  • Factory Style Dash Bezel Included
  • 5 Language Voice Options in Both Male and Female Voice
  • Full Warranty
  • Fits 2010 to 2014 Mustangs Equipped with SYNC® with AppLink™
GPS Navigation. Upgrade your Mustangs SYNC® equipped base factory radio to a state-of-the-art GPS Navigation System with a Raxiom OE-Style Navigation System. Raxiom's Navigation System includes a 7” HD touch-screen LCD display with a factory style dash bezel that repositions the factory controls and re-aligns the CD disc slot for a completely OE-Style appearance.

iGO Primo 2.0. Raxiom's Navigation System uses iGO Primo 2.0 software that includes Text-To-Speech, voice and visual turn-by-turn on screen 2D, 3D, and Green routing directions, as well as 3D building views for major cities.

7” Touch-screen. The Raxiom 7” HD full color touch-screen LCD will display SYNC® radio and other SYNC controlled functions in a much higher resolution than the standard 2-line factory display and features an auto dimming mode with manual dimmer control.

Back-up Camera. The included full color back-up camera features an "Instant-On" mode when the gear selector is placed in reverse to automatically display what is behind your vehicle when backing up.

Five Language Options. Raxiom's GPS Navigation Sysytem comes pre-loaded with five language options including English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Korean in both male and female voices.

Retains Factory Functions. The Raxiom Navigation System retains all voice-controlled SYNC® factory functions including AM-FM-SAT radio, CD-IPOD audio and Bluetooth hands-free systems.

Full Warranty. Raxiom features an "Industry Leading 2 Year Full Warranty".

US or US & Canada. The Raxiom Navigation System is available in two models "US Only" and "US & Canada" please choose your region from the drop down option above. 

Application. This Raxiom OE-Style GPS Navigation System with Back-up Camera fits 2010 to 2014 Mustangs equipped with "SYNC®", including V6, GT, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models. Excludes any model equipped with a 6-disc changer.

Technical Note. The SYNC System is a requirement of this GPS Navigation. Not compatible with non-SYNC equipped Mustangs.

Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

What's in the Box
  • Navigation Unit and Trim
  • Back Up Camera
  • Head Unit and Steering Wheel Control Harness
  • Audio Video (RCA) Cables
  • Foam
  • (4) Zip ties
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • GT500 - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • V6 - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • Boss 302 - 12, 13

Mustangs without the SYNC system and Mustangs equipped with a 6-disc changer are not compatible with this Navigation

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Great drop-in replacement, terrible instructions

Waited until the weekend to install my unit because I really wasn't 100% on how long it would actually take me. After all was said and done, it was 2 hours, tops. Installation was fairly simple, the most ...

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Awesome, excellent fit and finish, flawless operation!

Installed this unit over the weekend and am extremely satisfied with its operation and high degree of fit and finish. Installation was pretty straight forward plug and play operation. A couple of tech. ...

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A few curiousities -What do the buttons on the sides of the screen say? -How smooth is the functionality / integration with Sync? -Backup camera install location?

GT350pwns Year: 2011 Model: GT

  • The buttons on the side are for NAV, DISPLAY and MENU. Underneath the MENU button, is a blank cover that flips open to reveal the SD card slot - you can upload your own backgrounds and use it to track trips. The functionality/integration is flawless with your SYNC system as this unit piggy-backs off of your factory head unit so it works exactly as Ford intended. The backup camera installs using either 3m tape (not included) or using two screws. It can be installed above your rear license plate or can be installed anywhere in the rear of your Mustang. It has an approximate viewing angle of 150 degrees.

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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SiriusXM radio Does the SiriusXM radio function work with this?

2013ROUSH Year: 2013 Model: Other

  • Your Sirius XM radio and subscription are unaffected and still function as usual after installing this GPS Navigation unit. You will actually be able to access XM through the touch screen option in addition to your normal access.

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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RCA? Does this offer a RCA input for a dvd player or RCA output for an amp? I see RCA cables there in the picture but what are they for?

KenC Year: 2013 Model: GT

  • The RCA cables plug right into the back of this navigation unit and can be used for whatever you would like - for example, an external DVD player.

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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  • 5/5

    October 23, 2013

    Great drop-in replacement, terrible instructions

    Waited until the weekend to install my unit because I really wasn't 100% on how long it would actually take me. After all was said and done, it was 2 hours, tops. Installation was fairly simple, the most labor-intensive portion was trying to remove the A/C control unit because the directions say to be extremely careful (at least the physical ones). Kept trying to find ways to gingerly lift it off of it's bracket, but I just got fed up and pulled as hard as I could until it popped off. It might be fragile, but it survived just fine. Easily the most frustrating action. The directions for the installation leave a lot to be desired. I don't know if the instructions were updated and I got an old version or what, but about half of the steps had spelling errors and a quarter were incomplete/completely wrong. I found the digital version on American Muscle's website that seemed to have fixed some of these issues, but I don't know why the physical instructions were so messed up. The PDF instructions aren't 100% either, but are far, far better. If you buy this, use those, don't even look at the physical ones (assuming the ones I got wasn't just a glitch). The only real issue I have with the actual installation process is the Sync display and A/C control module having to be zip-tied together. I understand why, but it was a pain to get them together and then in the cavity. I ended up having to bend the original A/C control module brackets for space because after the foam wrapping I couldn't get the unit back on the bracket. I had to cut off a fair portion of the foam wrap as well otherwise the connector on the display and A/C module wouldn't be accessible. The instructions are also pretty unclear on this point and just assume you'll figure it out from a tiny picture. The unit itself is fantastic. There are a couple of things I would like, such as being able to change the font-size on the Aux input screen since the font means almost every single song name falls off the screen or changeable physical button illumination colors, but it's very nice. The nav is easy to use and pretty quick once it is loaded (the unit itself takes a little while to fully come on as well, but music does play despite the lack of screen so it's not a huge issue for me). You can see in the video with Justin that it is a little sluggish at first, and it is, but once loaded it is very snappy and unless you start touching menu buttons as quickly as humanly possible just to try and mess with the unit, it's pretty much instantaneous in its response. The nav system itself takes some practice to understand it's little nuances, but a couple of test-drives working with it solves it just fine. Would have been nice if it came with a microfiber cloth for wiping off the massive amount of fingerprints the screen attracts, but I had one laying around that I am using so no worries. I personally didn't run the camera because I have the backup camera in my mirror and didn't feel like having to mess with it so I can't comment on that (not to mention it not having the tracking lines, which I wouldn't be able to live without), but the GPS antenna wasn't as bad an install as I had feared and people had asked about. I did as a number of people suggested and just ran it up the A-Pillar, under the headliner and mounted near the mirror. You can see it when you're inside of the car if you look for it, but you won't really notice it and it works perfectly fine. I've noticed a couple of times that the unit has some pretty lofty requirements for stating that it has a GPS signal. For whatever reason, it said it was up to 12 connected satellites (if you hit the satellite button while it is looking it will tell you) and was still saying it was locating the GPS signal. Either it wasn't actually connected to them or it's way too needy when it comes to triangulating your position. By the time I get out of my apartment complex it usually has a signal so it's not too bad in that regard as long as I know whether I am going to be turning left or right already. In summation, is it perfect? No, not really, but that's an awful lot to ask for a dash replacement kit with all this offers as this entry price. Am I happy I purchased it? Absolutely. It has the touchscreen on top of the stack unlike so many other options, does extraordinarily well at what it does, and retains all of Sync's features, which was the deciding factor for me purchasing it.

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    Year: 2013 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Albany, NY, USA

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    • Response from AmericanMuscle

      Based on your review and other's feedback, we have worked with Raxiom to completely rewrite the installation instructions to be more helpful and easier to understand. The new instructions can be found on the installation tab above, and are now shipping with all orders. Thank you for your feedback, and we are glad that you are happy with the unit!

      Rob Hunt , Customer Care

  • 5/5

    November 05, 2013

    Awesome, excellent fit and finish, flawless operation!

    Installed this unit over the weekend and am extremely satisfied with its operation and high degree of fit and finish. Installation was pretty straight forward plug and play operation. A couple of tech. tips need to be mentioned in order to help prevent/navigate installation hazards. 1. Take your time and plan out the installation. I started out with the installation of the rear camera mounting it with 3M tape above the rear license plate and running the cable through the unused grommet behind the drivers side tail light. I placed the the GPS antenna on the rear package tray. Finally, you don't have to remove the door sill plate (damages easily); plenty of space to tuck cables up under beween carpet. 2. When removing the control panel bezel, take extreme care using the pry tool to avoid scratching the dash and/or bezel. I covered the end of the pry tool with electrical tape and wiped with leather conditioner so it would slip right down between the dash and bezel. 3. The radio antenna is difficult to remove and will require a strong yank. When removing the radio unit have a cotton cloth covering the console area because the radio brackets are sharp and can cut/slice the dash pad. Once I removed the radio, I unwrapped antenna cable to give me and extra couple of inches to ease reinstallation 4. Sync display and A/C module have to be wrapped and zipped tied together snug so they can be properly set back into the dash cavity. Don't drop the A/C module; attached Ford sticker states: "replace if dropped." 5. Take extreme care in removing the A/C module. Using a screwdriver, bend in the release tabs that are located on the inside of the brackets and the module will lift right out. 6. The instructions for the wiring can be confusing, but just spread everything out and think the process through. Remember, the Raxiom harness plugs into the back of the radio with the OEM harness then plugging into the Raxiom harness. Additionally, the Sync display and A/C module are reconnected using the original OEM connectors. The main wiring harness diagram provided by Raxiom is the easiest method to follow for wiring. To sum up, take your time during the installation process and it should go nice and smooth. For me, the Raxiom navigation works flawlessly and the high degree of fit and finish creates a factory OEM look that generates positive comments from all who see. Thank you American Muscle for providing this product!!!

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    Year: 2014 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 10+ Ohio, USA

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  • 5/5

    September 27, 2013

    Awesome Nav.

    I have a fully loaded 2011 Brembo pack GT and the only option I didn't have from the factory was a Navigation. This Nav is absolutely perfect! The fitment is great, very simple install and the function is all there. There's a ton of different back grounds and a ton of customization to be done with this product! It also comes with a back up camera and a new antenna, which work perfectly as well. This install took about an hour and I couldn't be happier! This item looks 100% factory and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great navigation. Being able to track red line cameras and speed traps is a beautiful thing as well!


    Year: 2011 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 5 Springfield , pA

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  • 5/5

    October 19, 2013

    Excellent; Map Updates Available

    Excellent as others have noticed. If you go to, then select in dash multi-media, you will see an option to select map updates. This will take you to You will need to register and set up an account. For the device, select 2B Mustang under Rosen Electronics. Once you are registered, download the navi-extras toolbox. Install the toolbox and open the program. Now you are ready for updates. Take out the micro SD card from the front panel which is located under the cover on the bottom of the buttons on the right. Insert this into your card reader on the PC, and the Navi-extras toolbox will see it and register it. Be sure to select back up the device so you can restore it later if necessary. Then select the updates button from the main menu. There is an update in there now for some navigation fixes. The toolbox will install the update on the card, then all you have to do is replace the card into the navi unit and start the car. It will update when you select nav. You can also select catalogs from the naviextr-toolbox to load more maps, and they also have a safety camera database you can buy and install for the redlight and speed cameras.

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    Year: 2013 Model: Boss Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Park Ridge, IL, USA

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  • 5/5

    October 19, 2013

    Glad I decided to try this. LONG DETAILED REVIEW

    Obviously, the addition of a factory "LIKE" navigation system could not be easy. You have hurdles to jump. Ford did a good job of integrating SYNC into their cars since 2008 and while some of the functionality is not used, the case still stands that its one of the best Bluetooth for phone and audio manufacturers integrations that has been rolled out. The requirement of SYNC to install this system is not so bad, considering that ford has been installing the system for years now, and I believe this targets the broadest audience, thus making the product open to the single largest amount of buyers. The system is not made by Raxiom, its a product of Rosen. They had been making this for a bit of time, and while you don thear much about it, I think the marriage between Rosen and Raxiom on this one is a winning combination. Lets go over the install first. BEFORE YOU BEGIN on the factory system, Press 1 and AUX at the same time to display your Sat Radio ID, WRITE THIS DOWN!!! After installation, you will NOT be able to get this info (I printed a p-touch label and placed it in the glove box). The installation is straightforward. My car is a 5.0 GT Manual Transmission, so I begin by removing the shifter knob and opening the rear storage compartment. Lift the entire center console face up and three plugs gets it out of the way and in the back seat. Once thats out of the way, remove the two screws on the bottom of the dash center stack and pull it out. At this point you will remove all the screws holding the display and the radio head unit. Here is another tip, The AM/FM antenna cable is VERY short. When you go to remove the head unit, its gonna give you problems. In my car they had the antenna cable running under a wire harness. DO NOT PULL THE UNIT OUT! Reach around the back of the unit and grab the cable and give it a yank. It will come out. I rerouted the antenna cable to give me more room to re-install. Once I had all the parts out, I followed the directions to wrap the display and the HVAC unit in foam. Getting the HVAC Control unit wasnt bad, I used a panel pulling tool to pry it up, a little on each side at a time. I then installed the backup camera and the GPS antenna. Running the wire for the camera is easy, pull the back seat and follow the harnesses as you pull panels tuck the wire along the way. This took less than ten minutes. Camera Install, My way. I removed a tail light (You have to remove two wing nuts and two clips to get the back panel off the car). Once the tail light was out (Three nuts and one wire harness, remove the rubber gasket with the light) I found a spare grommet in the back of the car. Remove one of the lic plate lights and notch the corner to run the wire. Once the camea is dangling, replace the bumper light and then mount the camera. I took two 3/4" tek screws and simply screwed the camera between the Lic plate lights right into the bumper above the Lic plate. The GPS antenna was placed on the dash on the passenger side of the car. I secured it with velcro and simply pushed the cable (VERY CAREFULLY) into place. Ran it between the "A" pillar trim and the dash and left the tied up bundle of wire right inside the removable side panel. With both wires in hand, I ran across the bottom of the dash in front of the glove box securing the wiring to other wires. I brought up the two cables into the cavity and began installation. The wiring is PLUG NAD PLAY, could not be easier. Follow the directions for model year plugs, and then you begin to re-install all the "Stuff" you took out earlier. Once every thing was back in place, I plugged in all the plugs for the nag faceplate and (without completely installing the panel back in) tested all my operations. While I had issues with GPS reception, American Muscle replaced the unit for me. I replaced the GPS antenna as well as the head unit, and it all worked perfectly. Once everything tests out, pop the dash panel in, Two screws to secure it and then re-install the center console remembering to connect the three plugs. OPERATION. Think of the NAV button as a screen toggle (Like an input on a tv). Which ever input your on, thats what you see. The system utilizes the drivers speaker to provide the audio from the GPS. Interestingly enough, the GPS can and does feed turn info over the screen when in (What I call Ford Mode). So even when you listening to and have Sirius on the screen, you will get a bar at the top of the screen that give you turn information, and of course you will get audio regardless. The Nav screen provides great info, What house numbers are on each side of the road, speed limit warnings (I seem to anger the GPS, she is ALWAYS telling me that I have gone over the speed limit). The speed threshold is adjustable, and you can also turn off that setting. Since our cars can, you will find you seem to After all its a mustang, not a camaro or a challenger! Menu's are very good, animation is smooth and operation is excellent, with little or no lag time at all. It seems like the manufacturer and iGo software really built the system to perform rather than just meet minimum standards (there is another camaro reference there if you get it). All joking aside (and in conclusion) this unit looks as well as it works. I will be doing a video review for my friends on a mustang forum and will try to send the link to American Muscle and hopefully I can have my moment of fame (No offense to Justin's video).

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    Year: 2011 Model: GT Driving Style: Show 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Coral Springs, FL, USA

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  • 5/5

    September 30, 2013

    What a Great Navigation unit for a Phenomenal price!!!

    This thing is AWESOME. The one thing I wish I had in my '13 GT/CS is Navigation. And now I do. It was super easy to install. It comes with very detailed instructions, a beautiful wiring harness, and all the cables you would need. It retains, your steering wheel controls, all your sync capabilities, even your climate control settings come up on the beautiful 7" touch screen. Raxiom really out did themselves with this unit, and it's priced extremely well. It looks almost identical to the OEM navigation at less then half the cost, but functions just as well, if not, better!


    Year: 2013 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Lancaster, PA, USA

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  • 5/5

    October 18, 2013

    Raxiom OE-Style GPS Navigation w/ Bluetooth & Back-up Camera (10-14 All)

    I am from Canada, received it in three days and the installation took just over an hour, most of this time was devoted to hiding the wires for the camera and ant.. This unit replaced the entire factory radio bezel and I was able to retain all of the factory control buttons and knobs. The information screen is a Hi-Def 7.0” touch-screen LCD that displays navigation, colour back-up camera, AUX input and all Sync controlled sources.. It was truely a 100% plug & play to the ford factory wiring harnesses. Great job AM

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    Year: 2012 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Toronto, ON, Canada

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  • 5/5

    February 23, 2014

    Excellent alternative to factory radio

    I ordered this product 4:00 PM Wednesday and it arrived Friday at 11:00 AM (2 days later) with the free standard shipping. I took it to Best Buy the following day (Saturday) and after 90 minutes and $190 later(included the GPS install and the back up camera install), it was up and running in my car in my car. All I can say is that this was the best $700 I have spent. The GPS is flawless and still retains all of my Sync, Sirius XM, Bluetooth, Steering Wheel Controls, etc. It looks perfect in my 2013 Mustang and hard to tell that it is not factory. I am very happy with this product and the whole ordering process from this website. Even the Best Buy installer wanted to know where I purchased this and how much it was because he was very impressed with it. He also stated that the back up camera picture quality was the best he's ever seen. Kudos to Raxiom and AmericanMuscle Mustang.


    Year: 2013 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 5

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  • 2/5

    May 20, 2014

    I liked it at first...

    I've had this unit for a few months now and have grown to dislike it. I'm not sure if they're all like this, but the one I got has some annoying bugs, such as occasionally failing to unmute the radio after the Nav system talks and the display getting stuck if a phone call comes in when the backup camera is on. In addition, I cannot get updates for it because I have a Mac and the required software only runs on a Windows machine. From a GUI design perspective, the visuals on the non-Nav part of the unit, like when playing music, look kind of outdated. The fonts and graphic design look like something you would see on an older device. On the plus side, the unit itself installs pretty easily and looks (at least when it is off) like it came with the car. The maps themselves are easy enough to interact with too. Overall, I kind of wish I had saved the $700.


    Year: 2014 Model: V6 Richmond, VA

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  • 5/5

    October 13, 2013


    I was looking for a cheaper alternative for a navigation system and this is it. This thing works great and performs as any gps I've seen. It's very responsive and has tons of features to play with. The interface is simple to use and it all connects seamlessly with ford sync. My only complaint is the instructions. The first time I installed the system, I noticed that my right speaker stopped working and the navigation voice was mute. I went back in and unplugged everything and re plugged the harnesses. I noticed that there were two harnesses that I didn't have plugged in. The directions said nothing of these harnesses. I plugged them up and everything worked including my left speaker and the navigation voice. The gps wire was easy to run and hide but the back camera was challenging to install without and wires showing but its possible for anyone. The entire install took me 4 or 5 hours only because I had to reinstall it a 2nd time. But if you are careful the first time, it can be done in 2 hrs. Overall this product is worth every dime.


    Year: 2014 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Georgia, USA

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