: Nav shows that there is no GPS data. I am driving in the Pacific

11-29-07, 05:18 PM
I picked up my V after having the radio replaced.

They had it set up for a CTS radio so the buttons were not set up correctly. They said that there is no setting for a CTSV radio in the computer so they programmed the buttons and sent me on my way.

I noticed today that, when looking at my NAV screen, I am driving in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California.

I went to the GPS info screen and it says "Out of Range".

For some reason I am not getting any GPS data to my NAV.

Is this because the radio is still not set for a CTSV?

Any info would be greatly appreciated.



11-29-07, 05:30 PM
link (please use the search before starting a new thread!)


11-29-07, 06:14 PM
Uh. I got that.

The point is the dealer has no idea what I am talking about. The last time this happened I told them the same thing and the tech reprogrammed it for a CTSV radio (as far as I was told on this site).

This time they just keep saying that there is no listing for a CTSV radio.

Now they are saying that the radio needs to be reprogrammed based on the VIN.

I guess I just want someone who knows what they are talking about to tell me what to say.


11-29-07, 06:38 PM
Go to the link and print off the page or find yourself someone who is familiar with TECH II.

Obviously where your going now is clueless.

11-29-07, 06:45 PM
Hope your windows and doors are airtight.

50 4Ever
11-30-07, 01:28 PM

This time they just keep saying that there is no listing for a CTSV radio.


Sounds to me like they are looking in the parts book for a CTS-V Radio, and they are right - no listing for a CTS-V Radio. The CTS radio, as Heavy stated, has to be setup properly with the TECH II, after they do that you can get into COMP Mode...

Good luck... :alchi:

The Tony Show
12-01-07, 10:36 AM
My nav decided it doesn't like my disc anymore and just says "Disc not accepted". :(

I'm using the latest Nav disc and the software update it came with, so I'm going to try reloading the firmware update and see if that fixes it.

12-01-07, 01:34 PM
I have heard of some of the nav units coughing and puking on a new nav disc.

I don't think the firmware will fix it.

You might try your old nav disc first then reinsert the new one.

Sometimes the nav gets a little picky about temperature or just gets confused.

Let me know if you want to try a different nav disc.