Crutchfield is one tool at your disposal. They said my head unit wouldnt fit, and another website said it would (or vice versa) and the one that said it wouldnt fit was right, however i was able to get it to fit with an air saw and a little cutting of the dash brace that sits behind the head unit. My biggest problem was finding the right wire to splice into to get the camera feed to show on the screen automatically when shifting into reverse. I was looking under the hood at the fuse box, its actually right next to the head unit under the dashGreat thread, and thanks for posting. I'm the new owner of a 2010 Titan SE looking to install a new head unit and backup camera. Should I used Crutchfield to find compatible head units, or does anyone have any recommendations for my year? Many thanks in advance.