Hello, i have had my navi for about 2weeks and it still wont give me my current location it shows me that i am at there facility in california, i have tried all setting restore and nothing helps,i get a good satellite reception but it still have me driving around in california can someone please help.
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A/C sounds like an issue with the a/c module which is unusual. There used to be a test sequence on the earlier a/c units not sure if it is on the 4.2. Check all fuses there are four fuse boxes. one at the end of the dash by the door and two under the bonnet. the radio/cd player etc is all one unit (medIa unit), that would explain why they all are not working. I think the a/c fault is connected to the media unit but not sure how. Need to study the wiring diagram for this, I take that it is a 4.2. Jaguar diagnostics will show the fault or give a lot more guidance. Generic scanners wont pick up the fault codes for things like this they are manufacturer specific. That's how manufacturers lighten your wallet. website jagrepair has all the electrical diagrams free.
You may need to replace the usb cable that you are using to connect this device to your computer.
There's just 4 steps on how to connect garmin navi to computer. 1. Connect the mini-USB end of your USB cable to the back of the Navi. 2.Turn on your PC and connect the standard USB end of your USB cable to the USB port on your personal computer 3.Power on the Navi and give the computer time to recognize the device. 4.Click
"Start," then "Computer." The Navi hard drive should be among
those listed under "Devices with removable storage." You can click on
the Navi's drive icon to access your Garmin device
Check inside the wall your glove box first. Sometime the Honda dealer that PDI your car will place a white sticker with your code or SN# of the navi on it.
If not, the navi unit is located in the ceiling of truck area between the speakers. It looks like a c/d player.
Pull it out and you can get the SN# on it. Just call you Honda dealer and give them the SN# and they should be able to give you the code. good luck
hello . ok first try disconecting the nave unit on the trunk if the radio comes up and the buttons work you have a bad nave unit (very common ) . other option look for radio fuse in glove box top open white tabs on top diconect the fuse and reconnect to see if it will restart the radio pannel if not replace the radio pannel .