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The monitor needs a signal ( source), i.e., DVD, TV, to show a picture. If your monitor shows no signal then either the source is not connected or not functioning. Check the connections from the monitor to the source. Also, check that the source is functioning properly and is receiving power.
well there are place that can rebuild them you can check with some one in your area that repairs radio or navigation units hope this helps i find stuff out there buy the internet you may be able to find used one at car-parts .com hope this helps
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
Actually I made a follow just last night to robotek (Australia). Unfortunately nothing to report. You might be interested to view yourself the discussion and pls feel free to join the Lounge discussion here on a possible source of an Australian version of the SatNav/TV. Incidentally, roboteks email address is likewise posted there should you wish to send him additional information/request.
hi there, i have a 325ti compact (A) with the sat navigation and phone that is build in with the car, but sometimes the on board screen and the screen in the dashboard where the km's is also starts to flicker around, any help would be appreciated on where to start looking for the problem.
check the main brain plugs are plugged in behind the left hand side rear boots carpet panel your will see a couple of brain boxes there for your sat navs dvd and the main brain for the radio , there also known for getting corroded connections because the brains are in the boot .
check that anyway first .
I've just received an in car GPS system, and video/audio player from Japan. I live in Barbados, and I dont speak or understand japanese It is a Pioneer Carrozzeria AVIC-T1(CPN1800). I plugged my DVD player to it but ilke the previous writer, I am getting audio but not video. Can you give eny information concerning how I might remedy this.