2013 XV Crosstrek w/Nav Radio Replacement

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PsCYcho
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2013 XV Crosstrek w/Nav Radio Replacement

Post by PsCYcho » Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:20 pm

Looking at putting a Pioneer AVH-1300NEX in my 2013 XV Crosstrek. I have the OEM Head unit with Nav, but it came without the Nav SD card, AND recently failed, so I’ve decided to replace it.

I had a Maestro SW in my 2008 Accord, and loved IT, but was hoping I could do more with the Subie. I saw the new SU1 wiring harness for the Maestro RR, but have seen conflicting info as to if the 2013 XV w/Nav would be supported or not. Would definitely make life (and install) easier if it was. Can anyone confirm if it is, in fact, compatible?

Also, can anyone confirm if the ODB2 functions would be supported with that HU? I’ve seen varying comments about Pioneer HUs not supporting the gauges.

Many Thanks!

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Re: 2013 XV Crosstrek w/Nav Radio Replacement

Post by JustinFerroni » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:50 am

when it comes to the Subaru Outback with Navigation the SU1 harness is not compatible. however you can still use a Maestro RR and hardwire it your AVH-1300-NEX and a aftermarket vehicle harness. Now by doing it this way you wont get some vehicle info and camera retention but you still will get Selectable Performance Gauges, "Track Pack" Gauges, and Read/Reset Check Engine Codes, and of course Steering Wheel Controls.
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Re: 2013 XV Crosstrek w/Nav Radio Replacement

Post by PsCYcho » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:48 pm

Thanks Justin. This was the info I was looking for.

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Re: 2013 XV Crosstrek w/Nav Radio Replacement

Post by JustinFerroni » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:32 pm

No problem!
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