Are you sure your nav system is DVD? The left side of the map slot should read "DVD" not "Compact Disk Storage Data"BUILDINGCTSAMG said:My dvd based nav system has never been able to play dvds, has anyone popped in a dvd and had it work? If so please explain exactly what you did!
If you have a non-bose system, I know of a DVD nav sytem you can swap out. Let me know!BUILDINGCTSAMG said:mine isnt a dvd its a regular data disk! Wtf? DO you think the dealer will switch it out for me?
smcrae said:I have a CTS with the DVD Nav system, and I'm having a problem with it - when I input or select a destination and hit the CALC button, the unit kind of freezes up - it shows the vehicle icon moving on the map, but it does not highlight any route or offer any verbal instructions or turn warnings. Also, it won't respond to any further navigation commands. I can switch to radio, CD, audio menus, but nothing happens when I hit NAV or go to the main menu and select Navigation. The only way to reset it is to eject the DVD and start over.
Wait till the fall and order the better engine. It will "wow" you even more. To add a nav system can not be called a complete install. There will be features that just will not work, like traffic, voice command, or TV.Tuan said:If you just have the standard radio system, is it possible to upgrade and have the DVD Nav-system installed? I've been thinking about waiting for 2004 just seeing how much more of a "WoW" factor the system gives to the car. Unfortunately, I want the 5-speed, and its nearly impossible to find one with the Nav-system in a 2003 model.... so either I'll have to wait for September and order a new one, or hopefully somebody can help me with some info about replacing the system in a 2003 with MT.... Thanks... hellp??!!