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Anyone know where the speed sense wire is located? DIRECT WIRE says behind the glove box to the left or the AV switch. I have not been able to find it. My local stereo shops have not yet installed a nav unit in the titan or armada yet so they are no help
 

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The attached drawings may help. The speed signal wire is white/red. It is connected to terminal 29 on the plug on the back of the instrument cluster.
 

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manny0 said:
Anyone know where the speed sense wire is located? DIRECT WIRE says behind the glove box to the left or the AV switch. I have not been able to find it. My local stereo shops have not yet installed a nav unit in the titan or armada yet so they are no help
Out of curiousity, why are you looking for it?
 

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andy said:
Out of curiousity, why are you looking for it?
I have a Kenwood navigation unit in my armada and it needs to be hooked up to the speed sense wire so it knows what speed you are going when you have no signal from the gps antenna. (Heavy trees, long bridges, parking garages) It helps keep you on the road on the navigation screen, if not you are about 1 lane off to the left or right and the guidance system does not work very well. Speed and antenna work together
 

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manny0 said:
I have a Kenwood navigation unit in my armada and it needs to be hooked up to the speed sense wire so it knows what speed you are going when you have no signal from the gps antenna. (Heavy trees, long bridges, parking garages) It helps keep you on the road on the navigation screen, if not you are about 1 lane off to the left or right and the guidance system does not work very well. Speed and antenna work together
Thanks, that's pretty interesting.
 
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