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you should see a symbol similar to this in your I-drive it moves the nav. screen to the side of the display.Usually if you press it, it will toggle between different displays. If you look into your owners manual there should be one book that is completely dedicated to the navigation system. good luck
THE WIRING MAY HAVE BEEN ALTERED DURING THE TROUBLESHOOTING PROCESS. THE TV WORKS LIKE THE RADIO IN THAT IT HAS A MEMORY WIRE AND A TURN ON WIRE. IF THE WIRES ARE WRONG THE UNIT WON'T REMEMBER TO STAY OFF WHEN THE KEY IS TURNED ON. ALSO CHECK THE MENU FOR THE OPTION TO CONTROL THIS FEATURE BEFORE U RETURN TO THE SHOP. CHECK THE MENU FOR AN OPTION THAT CONTROLS IGNITION KEY AUTO ON/OFF TYPE FUNCTION. THE TV'S SETTINGS MAY HAVE BEEN RESET WHEN UNIT LOST POWER
i work in a car dvd factory. i can help you.
Remove the origin sunvisor,and install the Sunvisor DVD, There have ACC / Grounded cable/ TV cable in the steel pipe. and the ACC connect 12v. There have a Power /AV input cable in accessories. so,connect this cable to the unit, then connet the power.......
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