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Call your local dealer I don't read it so well as I did 50 years ago
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: on board display language
Of course. It depends upon how new the interface is. Since it is a 2004, I do not believe that you will be changing it with normal inputs. You will have to go to a Nissan retailer and ask if they can fix it.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Hi Peter, since there's no english language support in honda navi systems, my suggestion is to scrap the head unit and buy an aftermarket one. Kenwood or JVC 2-din units are compatible with Honda systems. If you have steering control, install SWI interface module (google: pac swi). If you have reverse camera, check that the player have CCD input. If the aftermarket unit have built-in GPS, make sure you load the map for your country. You can get a decent one for about USD400 (c/w CD / DVD / MP3 player and all those new stuffs).
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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