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    What nav do you ? I would try to disconnecting your battery and back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyShops NY
    What nav do you ? I would try to disconnecting your battery and back.

    The computer won't always reboot automatically.mysystem went out at the Dealer too. Just pull fuse for nav system under the hood and reinsert. It has fixed mine several times

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    Re: battery died now nav radio will not turn on!!

    Same issue..battery died, jumped it and now the factory nav won't turn on.

    I read the suggestions in this forum and first disconnected the positive connector on the battery for 60 seconds...that did not work. Do I need to disconnect the negative instead? Or both?

    Then I tried pulling the fuse (RDO #41) and that did not work either.

    I have a lockpick installed, so wondering if that is the issue. I did not install it myself and am not skilled enough to disconnect it.

    I would REALLY like to avoid going to the dealer, so any other suggestions are welcome.

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    Re: battery died now nav radio will not turn on!!

    Quote Originally Posted by asudevilboy80 View Post
    Same issue..battery died, jumped it and now the factory nav won't turn on.

    I read the suggestions in this forum and first disconnected the positive connector on the battery for 60 seconds...that did not work. Do I need to disconnect the negative instead? Or both?

    Then I tried pulling the fuse (RDO #41) and that did not work either.

    I have a lockpick installed, so wondering if that is the issue. I did not install it myself and am not skilled enough to disconnect it.

    I would REALLY like to avoid going to the dealer, so any other suggestions are welcome.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diCScDqZhmw

    It's easy removing the nav. You can try disconnecting the lock-pick and see if that resolves your problem.

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