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Yea I would also like a fix I'm going to be doing this soon. Maybe I'll start a new thread
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Yea I would also like a fix I'm going to be doing this soon. Maybe I'll start a new thread
Froggy did a dash removal video and his car has a nav. Maybe you can use that to piece it together. It's not that hard.
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Yea I would also like a fix I'm going to be doing this soon. Maybe I'll start a new thread
Froggy did a dash removal video and his car has a nav. Maybe you can use that to piece it together. It's not that hard.
It us actually a little more involved than I thought. There will be some rewiring and some technical work that goes into since its integrated into the cars audio. Other have done it simply and ended up without any sound in the car. Have to rewire the speakers I'm guessing there is a module somewhere that allows the GPS to splice in with the audio
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need to fix my nav aswell. It's not opening now.
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need to fix my nav aswell. It's not opening now.
Take it out and bench test it. That way you can see if it is wiring or the unit itself.
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Take it out and bench test it. That way you can see if it is wiring or the unit itself.
i can actually manually open by hand and it does have power. I think might be motor or something but not sure.
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i can actually manually open by hand and it does have power. I think might be motor or something but not sure.
If you open it by hand. Yeah the motor or gears are screwed.
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