Question about Car Audio & Video
I've purchased and installed a Ford factory navigation radio from a 2007 Ford Freestyle into my 2005 Ford Freestyle. For the most part it was a ''plug n play'' situation. However there are two issues:
1. I am unable to set the clock/calender as the touch screen functions won't enable.
2. After I installed the L4 disc the radio came with, I receive a ''Navigation Fault'' message that advises me to contact my dealership.
I'm using an aftermarket satellite radio antenna, magnetic mounted on my rooftop. Dealer says $110.00 just to look at the system with no guarantees. Is this a programming issue, or something I can take care of on my own? Any help is appreciated.
I went to service dept. and they removed radio to find that someone forgot to plug in the GPS antenna
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Posted on May 13, 2009
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