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Denso Nav problem in toyota camry

My denso 462100-0436 Nav system in the 2002 camry has trouble reading the DVD disk. The disk looks ok, and reads OK on my home computer and laptop, but the system says it can't read the disk. For a while, Ejecting the disk and re-inserting will get the NAV computer to try again, and often that will cause it to work ...for a while...then the problem reappears again when the car is started. I have disassembled the unit (I'm and electronics engineer) and checked all of the flex cable connections, inspected for apparent problems, and checked the Power supply voltages, which seem to be good. The DVD ROM ( panasonic DVS100-V) apparently uses about 3.6 volts, via a regulator on the 5 volt supply (is this correct??) Any suggestions? Can you tell me where to get schematics? Do you repair such items?

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hogan doan
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SOURCE: NAV. SYSTEM

Enter a destination, turn of the annoying voice guidance after that you should be able to take out the navi disc and be on memory navi mode and play your cd or even dvd if you bypassed the parking brake. That what I am able to do with my Pioneer Avic N1, by the way I am selling it cheap to in case you are interested. My number is 801-414-4566. Goodluck.

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

hogan doan
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SOURCE: AVIC-N1 "disc read error"

The laser eye need to be re-align or clean up. If you are technical incline, then open it up and clean the laser eye and turn the mounting allen wrench nuts up a bit. If not have someone who knows do it. 'Cause there are alot of things can pop out of place when you opened it. Goodluck.

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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SOURCE: disc read error

I do have the solution, I paid for the information but I will forward it for free just send me your email address, it really does work if you follow the instructions carefully. My email address is bbjeanne2000@yahoo.com

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

hogan doan
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SOURCE: Disc reading error

Hi, please browse through my solutions. You will find your answer there. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Would like to download the new version dvd nav. for the avic d3?

here is the link where you can get it http://www.avic411.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=18453

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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TOYOTA CAMRY GAS PEDALS, and related information


Hello again, I am the resident Toyota expert here at FixYa.

I work for a Toyota dealership, and, with this tip, I hope to shed some light on the alleged Toyota gas pedal issue, and bring some comfort to all of the Toyota owners that read this.

If this tip helps you, please click on the "helped" icon below. Thanks.

The first thing owners need to know is this:
There are TWO different manufactures of the gas pedals that Toyota uses in their cars. They are as follows:

C.T.S. and DENSO

The CTS pedal is the one currently being modified at your local Toyota dealerships. The government (specifically, NHTSA, has inspected and approved the ongoing repairs, take comfort that the government is very aware of the repair, and is in agreement with Toyota that this modification will cure any possibility of the accelerators 'stciking'.

Now, The DENSO pedal is markedly different, and has been found to have NO ISSUES of the alleged sticking condition.

Next, we need to address exactly WHICH cars have the allegedly affected gas pedal installed.

Look at your 17 digit Vehicle Identification number...If it starts with a ' J ', this denotes that you have a Japanese produced vehicle, and ALL Japanese produced vehicles will have the DENSO pedal fitted.
Again, the DENSO pedal has been shown to have no sticking issues.

If your car/truck has a 1, a 2, a 4 or a 5 in the first position of the VIN, this indicates that your vehicle is American production. If you have an American production vehicle, don't panic.

The CTS pedal is installed in about 50% of the American production vehicles. American production ALSO has the DENSO pedal fitted.

You can easily check to see which pedal you have, by looking at the black box that is connected to the moving part of the gas pedal. This is ABOVE the part where you press on with your foot

With a flashlight, illuminate the gas pedal in your car. If you cannot see a shiny silver metal plate on the side of the pedal box, that faces the brake pedal, you have a DENSO pedal. Look closer, and you will see the DENSO word visible on the side of the pedal assembly.

Again, DENSO pedals are not involved in the alleged 'sticky pedal issue'

The CTS pedal has a shiny silver metal plate on the side of the pedal, that faces the brake pedal. If you can see this shiny silver metal plate, you have the CTS pedal, and will need to take it to your Toyota service department, and they will modify the pedal. This procedure will take about 45 minutes.

Vehicles involved in the current CTS pedal modification:
Avalon
Camry
Corolla
Highlander
Tundra
Sequoia
Matrix

Vehicles NOT involved in the CTS pedal modification"
All Japanese production, AND
Yaris
FJ Cruiser
All SCION
Venza
Solara
Sienna

So, to sum up this tip...If you have a CTS pedal, it needs to be modified. As of this writing, I have personally modified over 150 pedals, and have YET to see one that was remotely sticky. Rest assured that the modification that your Toyota service department will eliminate any worries that you may have with regard to your gas pedal.

Hopefully, with this Tip, I have provided you some useful information, and, with this info, you will be able to know which pedal you have, and, if you DO have the CTS pedal, please make an appointment with your local Toyota dealership for the modification. ALl of the Toyota dealers have sufficient quantities of the repair parts on hand.

If you consider this tip helpful, please click on the helpful icon located below. If you want or need any more information, please feel free to post up a question in the question area located on this site, Preface your question with the following: "A Question for TOYOTA ED,,,,",

I will get right back to you.

Thanks for reading my tip

Toyota Ed
2-14-2009

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P10071 is not a good code
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DENSO 234-9042(6 CYLINDER ENGINE)
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Sat nav disc


first thing is it a proper disc not a copy one. as it will not read a copy disc. 2 there are a few 2010 denso discs about for different models. some work some don't. 3 check the disc on a pc check it will be read on the pc or laptops drive.... reading disc all the time can also be the drive is dirty or the disc is so clean it or them. also check and see if another disc will work music etc. if you have the same problem with the music disc then its can be the lazer head its self it may need cleaning or has just faild

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You are not going to be able to perform this replacement scenario. Due to the fact that you are dealing with 2 different manufacturers, the wiring is different. There is no cable that is available to give you what you want.
Actually, there is a second component in the NAV system, that is what the unique cable plugs into. If you want to switch the NAVs , you need both components, and the correct wiring harness.

Hopefully, I have saved you a considerable amount of time and effort. Thanks for considering FIxYa fo advice.

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