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Navman 350lmt when approaching speed camera,railway xing ect its distance is out by about 100 to 200 meters

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SOURCE: downloading speed camera POI to a navman MY50T

check with supplier even though you have the app some models are not compatible.. my tomtom is the same

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SOURCE: my speed meter works find.

This is a problem with the gearing in the CLUSTER - not anything else.
To repair - the cluster needs to be replaced.

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Downloading speed camera POI to a navman MY50T


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HI
the (ECT)coolant temp sensor have two wire and you can test it by (AVO meter) the two wire :-
the 1st is ground from ECM
the 2nd is have 5 volt whine disconnect the connector
of (ECT) and less then whine connected the (ECT)
the (ECT)was electronic thermo resistor
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the (VSS) locate in trans axle it was electromagnetic sensor send signal to determine the distance in (KILOMETER)

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Dear Henry,

Thank you for contacting Navman Technical Support.

We do apologize for the inconvenience. Navman has decided not to release further map updates for these device due to changes in technology over the last year. We have changed the chipset and software platform and are unable to update this device. The Navman 500 series was released with an updated map version last 2005.

If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us, we'll be more than happy to help.
Kind regards,
Ofelia

Technical Support Team

Navman USA
C/O Mio Technology USA Ltd.
47988 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538

Office: +1 (866) 962-8626

www.navman.com

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