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Are you sure it's not turned off? Depending on which on board computer your talking about, there is an on/off switch on the turn signal switch (on the bottom, press it for a few seconds) or there is a button on the dash next to the nav unit. Try that first, if its not a switch then check your fuse panel for blown fuses.

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