If it's not giving you an option to enter in the numbers for the address one of two things might be wrong. 1. the address is incorrect (probably not) 2. Assuming the address is correct, there is a good chance that the address is simply not in the map database. This can be caused because the location is relatively new. In this case, it's time to upgrade your maps.
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The numbers on the radio screen after pressing 1 & 6 are the serial number to retrieve the radio code!
The 4 digit number on the glovebox is probably the radio code, keep pressing preset number 1 until the first number is on the screen, then press preset number 2 until the second number is on the screen, then press preset number 3 until the third number is on the screen, then press preset number 4 until the fourth number is on the screen!
Cyclic Redundancy Error comes when the source device like a computer calculates data and add the size of the information and sends it to the destination device. The destination device sees the size of the information and recalculate the size of the information and compare the two if they do not match the cyclic redundancy problem is reported because the information data has gone corrupt during the transit from the source to destination device. It can be a wrong configuration or packet collision. If it is due to packet collision the error can be over come by resending data multiple times.
On your radio your preset stations each have a number 1,2,3,4,5,etc. The first preset station represents the first number in your code. Lets say your code is 1212(example) then you would: [press #1 preset-1 time.] [press #2 preset-2 times.] [press #3 preset-2 times.] [press #4 preset-1 time.] Once you've entered your code press the cd button. Good Luck.
You need your radio code its 4 numbers, you use your radio preset station button to change the # press the 1 station button till you put in your code then the # 2 preset station # then 3, then fourth preset. You should find your code in your service manual. when your code is in, press the + or - button on the station search, or refer to your manual. good luck
When you turn on the radio, it will say "codE" on the display. You have the 4-digit code number for your radio, to enter the first digit, press the "1" button on the radio the number of times until the first digit matches. For example, if your code is "2156" then, press radio preset button 1 two 2 times, then press radio preset button 2 one time, then radio preset button 3 five 5 times and finally preset button 4 six times. THEN if the display is correct (should show 2156 in this example), press TAPE button. You should hear a beep and the radio should be working. If you make a mistake and enter a wrong code, the display will show "Err". You have 3 tries to get this correct or the radio may be toast. These are the steps for the stock radio in my 1995 GSX and they've worked for me each time I've lost battery power. Good luck!