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I would think one would use lockpick, in order to allow the NAV unit to show the backup camera. Otherwise, dirtyblueshirt showed his Fiesta titanium rear view camera setup, which included the harness. I still do not think it would be plug and play, even with the harness, but could be wrong. Both methods I've seen (lockpick and NAV-TV) require a hardware box to program the MFT system. I'm looking for an OEM look, but also being able to use the rear view camera per lockpick (which is less expensive than NAV-TV).
 

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Has anyone confirmed one way or the other if the North American ST's have a wire for the camera already in place? If so, the factory camera and Lockpick would be a fairly easy install. If not, the biggest problem would be feeding the wire all the way from the hatch to the Lockpick.
 

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Has anyone confirmed one way or the other if the North American ST's have a wire for the camera already in place? If so, the factory camera and Lockpick would be a fairly easy install. If not, the biggest problem would be feeding the wire all the way from the hatch to the Lockpick.
I did it on my full size Dodge Challenger and it only takes time and a little or lot of patience to take the inner body panels off and feed the wire around the hatch/trunk area along the center hump to the consol and you are home.. but as I found out that is easier said than done sometimes ..
 

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I did it on my full size Dodge Challenger and it only takes time and a little or lot of patience to take the inner body panels off and feed the wire around the hatch/trunk area along the center hump to the consol and you are home.. but as I found out that is easier said than done sometimes ..
Can't be worse than feeding anything through the tunnel of an air-cooled beetle. Or even installing a wiring harness in a cabriolet. Haha, those were not fun times in my life. Hopefully someone takes the plunge and lets us know.

Edit: http://www.tascaparts.com/oe-ford/d2bz14a005c?search_str=D2BZ-14A005-C this is the wiring harness that goes to the hatch. Apparently it is the same for all Fiestas.
 

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Not 100% true. Appink also displayed the artist and song details from Pandora and allowed me to switch playlists in Pandora, which MFT does not do (at least with my Blackberry 9930). I agree that some of the functionality is there and there's even new functionality that I like even better, such as the ability to have my work phone connected for voice calls and my Windows phone connected for media. But still, not all of the features of Applink are replicated in MFT as you imply.
I've never been able to display song and artist information from Pandora on my 2015 FiST with my 2014 Moto X.
 
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