Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley-Davidson: Road Tech Navigation Module

Harley-Davidson: Road Tech Navigation Module

Harley Parts

The new Road Tech Navigation Interface Module (P/N 76000024, $ 149.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories provides an integrated link between the fairing-mounted Advanced Audio Radio and a Road Tech zumo 660 or 665 GPS Navigator.

When linked, the music volume will automatically drop when a GPS spoken command is detected, allowing the rider to hear the command through the radio speakers or a seven-pin communications-style headset.

The module attaches directly to the radio, is concealed within the fairing, and does not require connection to the "AUX" input on the radio faceplate, so that port is open for a portable music device. Kit includes an adapter cable that permits stereo sound from the zūmo internal MP3 player or XM Radio.

The Interface Module fits 2006-later Harley-Davidson Touring models (except FLHXSE2) equipped with the Advanced Audio system and a Road Tech zumo 660 or 665 GPS Navigator.

Some models require an additional connector kit. Does not fit with Advanced Audio Hands Free Cell Phone Kit P/N 76408-06. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

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