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Sd card i want to know if sd card comes in the box, I seem to have everything else but the card

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I THINK ITS IN THE UNIT ALREADY, HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. ANY IDEA ON HOW TO REGISTER, I CAN'T PULL UP THE WEBSITE.

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My name is mike. If you do not have a sd card you will need to get one.I would try blaupunkt direct, or possibly places that sell your unit. Also try Car toys, or Best Buy, Radio Shake. Might be able to help you, I am putting down a link below that tells everything you want to know about your unit but as you can see for you to update with out a sd card is pretty hard. Mike

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Apologize is for the inconvenience, the chat got disconnected.
The contact number for navigon is :

Telephone: (888) 848-0701 (Toll Free) Service Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. CT (except official holidays

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