2014+ Cadillac CTS General Discussion Discussion, 2010 NAV 'Now Reading...' in Cadillac CTS Third Generation Forum - 2014+; This afternoon, when I got in my CTS after work, the NAV display showed 'Now Reading...' on it and non ...
- 11-12-13 08:09 PM #1Cadillac Owners Fanatic
- Automobile(s): 04 Silverado Duramax, 95 Cougar, 2010 CTS4 Premium
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- Jan 2012
- St Charles, MO
2010 NAV 'Now Reading...'
This afternoon, when I got in my CTS after work, the NAV display showed 'Now Reading...' on it and non of the radio related buttons worked. The screen still raised in reverse and it showed the rearview camera, then lowered in drive, the day/night button still functioned, but nothing else. It was fine when I went out for lunch earlier, then it displayed 'Now Reading' on it for my entire trip (about 20 minutes with two restarts), then when I left where I was about 30 minutes later, it was back to functioning. There are no DTCs stored in the radio.
Coming from the IT field, when a device with a hard drive has issues reading, that usually means the hard drive is having issues, but one would think any HDD read issues would result in a DTC in the radio.
Searching for 'Now Reading' on here came up with nothing. Has anyone else seen this happen? If so, what was the issue and resolution?
Edit: Shoot, looks like I accidentally posted in THIRD gen general.... Can someone move this to Second Gen General please, since I can't delete it and re-post there?
- 11-13-13 04:58 PM #2Cadillac Owners Fanatic
- Automobile(s): 2005 CTS-V, 2009 CTS Premium, 2016 ELR
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- Jan 2005
Re: 2010 NAV 'Now Reading...'
I've had the same thing happen 1-2 times in my 2009 CTS, as well as an "acquiring signal" (XM) message and complete XM radio silence. Turning the car off for a few minutes and letting everything completely shut down, then restarting the car eliminated the message in both circumstances.
I'm not really sure what caused it to happen in the first place (I didn't do anything different that I can think of), but it's an easy fix. Hopefully it doesn't happen any more frequently!