Hello, my Dodge Dakota's navigation is not working. I dont know if its a fuse or what it was working fine one minute and the next it wasnt. Its not a GPS, it tells the direction, DTE, and things like that. Can you help? Thanks Jennifer
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The only reason the DVD will not function with the RB4 is if the DVD unit is not talking on the BUS. The RB4 will work with the factory DVD single disc/or DVD changer.Make sure that the BUS is connected to the DVD unit and the Van thru the 22 pin and 10 pin connectors on the back of the radio.
Try to look in the dvd player's instruction booklet for an ejection hole. Ususally dvd players have a hole where u stick a paper clip into it and it ejects the dvd. If not, contact the vehicle's dealership for assistance.
Sounds like the J1850 bus is not connected to the RB4 radio.The speed sensor info is received thru the bus which alows the nav to function and calibrate itself.Or as I have mentioned before, there may be problems on the NAV pcb.There have been many issues with the nav pcb assy.
If you remove the unit from the dash the top, take off the top cover, no screws you can acess the CD slot. Remove the 4 screws holding the CD player in place and the ribbon cable and you should be able to remove the CD from the slot.