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Solution for Navi DVD disc error message for 2007 Honda Pilot
1-eject the Navi DVD disc from the unit located under neat the front pass. seat. There is an eject button on the unit.
2- clean it well, prefer to use sunglass type cleaning cloth so it won't scratch your disc. Check for any scratches as well and polish it.
3- dust off inside of the Navi DVD disc unit with a dust can.
4-insert the Navi DVD disc back and wait for it to appear on Navi screen.
I cleaned it off myself and the annoying DVD error message has gone for good. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 22, 2014
Check for a scratched or dirty Navi DVD disc. Clean or have the scratches polish out at your local game store. Video game stores usually have a disc repair machine that polishes out scratches.
Note: In some cases the Navi unit can cause rotational scratches on the DVD. If this is the case than the Navi unit will have to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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