Question about Pioneer AVIC-N3 GPS Receiver
One day I was navigating to a friends house in Minneapolis. Anyways halfway there I just strayed way off course according to the map. I checked my gps connection and the antenna said ok but all the satellites were blacked out. I then noticed the compass was wrong also. I reset the system and that didnt do anything besides change my location from MN to Los Angeles California. Since there have been a few times where I must have gained a signal because it had changed my location to MN again but I went off course right away. I called Pioneer Tech support and they told me most likely a sensor was out in the hide away unit. I sent that off to be repaired right away and it came back and said everything was ok. Plugged it in and had the same problem yet. I have no way of checking my GPS antenna so I forked out the money and ordered one of those now but hasn't showed up yet. Is anyone familiar with this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you're out of warranty and need it repaired, we can fix this and all other problems with the AVIC N1 N2 N3 Systems.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2009
If you go to the navi menu and select the modify current location. Just click on the arrow on your current position and click ok then it will allow you to rotate the arrow as needed.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: gps not working
This may well be worse than you think!
I would suspect that the SIIRF chip or whichever chip is installed is damaged. This is common in many GPS It is not recommended to have them connected at the time of engine starting. An inline fuse must be used on hot wire to help prevent spiking if hard wired
If it is running on DC battery power the I would say battery is too low to recfeive satellites or that it does not have a clear view of the sky.
Usaing an external mouse type antenna usually gets a signal quickly providing it is positioned outside of vehicle with a good ground plane supplied ( center of bonnet or roof)
They should work in any car, they are not car specific. RESET button will not help if chip is damaged. Many second hand ones on ebay are there because they failed, they appear to work well because the screen lights up but they dont always connect!
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Try to rest the system if it still do the same try to reinstall the software which you can download from the internet. . If it doesn't work , feel free to add comment then i will give you other tips.
Thank you . Be blessed
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Testimonial: "I have already tried to reset the system a few times. I haven't tried the new software. I will try that and let you know how it goes. Thanks for info."
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