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May 29, 2011 - Navigation map DVD disk read error - Suzuki 2007 XL-7 question. ... The only correction I've seen for this problem is to replace the radio itself. ... Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time ... Navigation system at Yukon xl 2008does not read the map DVD.
Yes and you may not buy the car if you know. But all of the Manufacturers probably operate the same scam. Even if you are the original owner, it costs you between $250 and $350 to get a reprogramming disk to upgrade the system. You simply use the cd and insert the Navigation disk, that disk stays in the cd when you have a multiple cd unit.
We leased a new Lincoln for 3 years and after 2 years a letter came out trying to sell us the upgrade. We did not upgrade, and felt we should have a current map for the remaining year of our lease as we felt we paid for the ability of the Navigation system to do its job the full 3 years. They did not give us an upgrade.
So at 2 year intervals, the Manufacturers will sock you with a $350 bill to keep your Navigation current. Or just use the old maps.