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Save $600! Use Google Maps, Waze or Apple Maps from your mobile device on the SYNC 3 screen rather than selecting the $600 option to add factory navigation.
Get $50 back! Simply send us your old module. (Limited time only. Pre-paid return shipping label and free pick-up included. See below for details*)
Want to retrofit SYNC 3 into your MyFord Touch (SYNC 2 with 8" screen) equipped vehicle? Now you can! Our complete SYNC 3 retrofit kit contains genuine Ford parts, includes everything needed and comes pre-programmed. Please note, some of the pictures depict the kit with navigation - We offer this kit with and without factory navigation. It may also be depicted with on screen climate controls - this kit will retain existing on screen climate controls, but will not add them to a vehicle that did not have them before.
The capacitive touch screen has impressive functionality such as the convenient swipe, and available navigation pinch-to-zoom functionality similar to what is found on your smartphone. SYNC 3 reacts quickly to your commands. From a light tap on the capacitive touch screen to simple voice commands, SYNC 3 delivers noticeable high-speed performance.
Via SYNC AppLink, launch and voice-control some of your favorite mobile apps or access them in the organized apps section, which automatically loads SYNC-enabled apps from your paired and connected smartphone.
Android Auto™ enables Google voice search, maps, music and more through steering wheel and touch screen controls. Apple CarPlay™ allows iPhone users to get directions optimized for traffic, make calls, send and receive messages, and listen to music, all in a way that allows you to stay focused on the road with Siri® or a touch screen.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
* Continental USA only. Must have a 2013+ production date, no physical damage and in working condition. See Policies for more info.
**Regardless if your SYNC 2 system is navigation equipped or not, you will need to select "Navigation Version" option under "Kit Options" if you would like SYNC 3 to have navigation.
The Sync 3 screen works flawlessly and is soooo much better than the slow and cumbersome My Ford Touch unit. I put my iPad in the car with me for the install and just followed along with the installation video (which is great) on this website. Took me about 1 and 1/2 hours with no issues. It's a little expensive but if you have the spare cash for it, I'd highly recommend it to 2015 Mustang owners. On a side note, supposedly when Apple releases iOS 12 CarPlay will be able to display the Waze app which means there's really no reason to get the Sync 3 with navigation IMO. Chad Brennan on Aug 29th 2018
Great customer service and a great product.
Very easy install with the help of the online video installation.
The SYNC 3 Upgrade was a needed option that should have been on my Mustang.
The navigation works perfectly.
Unknown on Mar 26th 2018
I went with the navigation package and I 'm glad I did. This thing is like night and day compared to my old non nav unit. The price is a little steep but hey I've spent well over a grand in all my cars to upgrade the radio. Not only do you get a faster cleaner looking operating system but my radio actually sounds much better too. Thats a fact too cuz my son has been driving mine for the last few days and he says the same thing. By the way he has a 2015 50th anniversary sync2 nav unit in his. Does make him a little jealous though! Unknown on Feb 20th 2018
This unit plugged right I and works great... it’s night and day compared to the last sync unit. Richard on Jan 29th 2018
Very happy with this purchase. I went with the non-GPS version since I never used the GPS in my old one, instead opting for using my phone's GPS. Getting the main console dash off was a bit tricky and lost since clips. Will have to see if rattling becomes an issue over time.
Like others have stated, you may have to take out the center speaker and you'll need torx screwdriver to remove the brackets from the old unit. I ended up having to make a run to AutoZone with my console in pieces to get one lol. The whole install took me just over two hours. Just be patient and it will all work out.
Overall extremely pleased. I have the 50-year anniversary edition and finally fell that the display matches the rest of the car. Dax on Nov 17th 2017
The installation of this product, while somewhat challenging, was very straightforward thanks to the detail of the included instructions and the YouTube video. Removing the dashboard components was challenging, but it eventually came apart.
Now that I have the SYNC 3 system in my dash I am very happy! Ron Felder on Sep 30th 2017
The installation of the upgrade to Sync 3 could not have been easier. I used the video, watched each step, paused the video, and performed that step. Using the video was a lot easier than the written instructions. The only difference in the installation was with the GPS antenna. I had to use a different location and unscrew the speaker. There was already something at the spot where the video placed the GPS antenna and a cable was going down the hole where the video said to place the wire through to the unit. Also do not forget the trim removal tools. If you do not have them, you will need them to make the installation much easier.
Once everything was installed and I started it up, all of my Sirius XM presets were still there, my Sirius Travel Link was recognized, and my climate settings were the same. The layout of Sync 3 is much better with the navigation map on the home screen. Also Sirius XM screen is much easier to use. Pat on Aug 21st 2017
Almost from the onset, I was a little frustrated with the fact that Ford released their 50th Anniversary Mustang with a less than stellar in-car entertainment system. The My Ford Touch system was clunky and slow in responding and they had even announced they were ending their relationship with Microsoft and putting out a new system with the 2016 model. I have a 50 Years Edition Mustang Convertible and trading for a 2016 was not an option although the dealership did try that as a solution. They also stated it would be well over $4,000 to do an upgrade which they made the decision it would be "cost prohibitive". How could they know what I was willing to pay? It was obvious they didn't want the business. As 4Dtech was the only company I could find online offering this option and there were no reviews, I was hesitant. I'm very glad I took the chance and ordered this upgrade. It worked like a champ and their video made it extremely easy to do it myself. I do have a couple of tips though to consider for the install. The clips that Ford uses for the large dash piece that goes over the center vents and above the glove compartment are somewhat fragile and a couple broke when I performed the removal. Since I did the install in the evening, I couldn't run down to the dealership part store to get replacements and even when I did go the next day, they didn't have them in stock so I had to wait another day for them to arrive. They are a little pricey for small plastic clips ($2.70 ea) so you may or may not want to be proactive and purchase some in advance. I probably could have reinstalled without them but I'm always leery of creating rattling conditions. On the install of the GPS antenna, I had to remove the center speaker temporarily to fish the cable down through the hole indicated in the video. On my car, it was not a straight shot down through but was not at all difficult to accomplish. I also ended up fishing all the wire down into the compartment behind the module. It was a bit too cramped to try to spool the wire up under the speaker grill on the dash. Also be aware of the supports in the speaker grill. I initially stuck the GPS down right underneath one and had to unstick it and move it over a bit. Only other thing different from the video was that my brackets had T8 torx screws rather than T7.
Overall I am extremely happy with this upgrade and would highly recommend it to anyone else wanting to get away from the clunky MyFord Touch 2 James Smith on Aug 19th 2017
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