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Pioneer avic n1 in dash gps cd dvd xm unit

System tells me to turn left and should be turning right ,things on screen seem to be backwards especially in voice commands. The system was recently reset.
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YOU MIGHT TO UPDATE THE SOFTWARE FOR IT AS WELL HERE IS THE LINK
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/vgn/images/portal/cit_11221/310

If that dont work or if you want to try something before doing that chek in setup or configure, I have never used that particualr system yet but i'm sure it follows the same basic rules. If you have the manual for it you can follow the instructions there, if you dont here is the link ans some other information that you will find useful
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pna/printer/friendly/0,,2076_31

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The control must have set to inverted motion by default...
just change in control option...this should do

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