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Mercury mountaineer navigation voice not working

The voice stopped working on our gps...the radio quiets when the voice should be talking but I can't hear the voice telling me what to do

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CHECK BATTERY CABLES AND FOR CORROSION,A BAD GROUND OR BAD CONNECTION WILL CREATE ENOUGH RESISTANCE TO PREVENT STARTER TO CRANK OVER ENGINE. IF BATTERY HAS 12V DOESN'T MEAN IT'S GOOD,IT COULD HAVE ON 100 CCA'S, NOT ENOUGH.

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SOURCE: Just bought a 2007 Mercury Mountaineer -help- navigation system

if you do not have a owner manual try to get back in touch with the peoples you got it from and see if they can help are try www.edmunds.com to see if you can down load one for your car.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I go about getting an update to my GPS maps

You can buy it directly from Navteq by following this link to your gps unit...

http://www.navigation.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/Navteq-NavteqNorthAmerica-Site/en_US/-/USD/ViewStandardCatalog-Browse?CatalogCategoryID=P6IKCggQSeUAAAETtXsMZvlE&ShowAllProducts=YES&PersistNavigationMenu=YES

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may be hub bearings or u-joints

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SOURCE: where can i order online an updated navigation

http://www.navteq.com/

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