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I have bought a Mitsubishi Pajero v6 3,800 petrol - new shape. The vehicle has been imported into New Zealand from Japan. The GPS and Radio system is using Japanese language and GPS is Japan. I want to know what or how one does to change the language to English and to change the GPS system from Japan to New Zealand.

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  • andy_wynne Jul 03, 2010

    There are after market replacements available ex-China for the unit so don't think you're much help

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Hi,
This is the main problem we face while purchasing gadgets fro Japan... I will advised you that first you identify the make your GPS's make and model no.. then get the manual for the same.. and search in the manual that is there any language change option or not.. Because the procedure you have to followed should be in pictorial form... or you have to imagine the picture and do the language change....
Or if possible you can go to Japanese Embassy and ask someone for help... Hope this has helped you... Please rate the answer... Thanks...

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Hi,

Sincerely speaking, i believe you should contact the manufacturer and also follow the manual to change the language setting to New Zealand from Japan.

bye.

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

  • andy_wynne Jul 04, 2010

    There is no information in the car books neither does Mitsubishi Pajero New Zealand know how to do this. Your assistance is useless, how can you take my money to help and merely tell me to go to my dealer. Get a solution! Many credible after market products, I need to know which one or how do achieve my solution.

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Hi, first of all it is very rare for you to change the language setting on the radio and GPS settings of Japanese specification car. Once a car has been designed for a particular country, everything about the car is designed to suit it's place of destination without a room for alteration except if you are lucky.
You have to visit any car dealer around you to see if yours is actually possible.

Take care

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