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Joe Hankey



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Radio and satellite navigation not working


Could anyone help me. I have had some box and wires removed by a dealer and my radio and satellite navigation dose not work now. This is the box and wire could anyone help me as how to replace it.

Post #546875 Sat Jan 27 2018 11:31am
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Col



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That look's like part of an old NavTV setup to me, I think there's more chance that your so called dealer hasn't plugged something back in correctly, possibly the "MOST" cable but that's purely a guess.

To refit it just unplug the head unit, one plug on the part they removed will then plug into the head unit and the other will plug into the one you removed from the head unit.

Cheers
Col

Post #546877 Sat Jan 27 2018 11:39am
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Joe Hankey



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Is that at the back of the radio

Post #546880 Sat Jan 27 2018 12:30pm
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Col



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Yes it is, there are two plugs, I can't remember which is which but the configurations are different so will only fit in one position.

Cheers
Col

Post #546881 Sat Jan 27 2018 12:38pm
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Joe Hankey



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Thankyou

Post #546885 Sat Jan 27 2018 1:10pm
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Andy K



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why did they remove it ?

Post #546887 Sat Jan 27 2018 1:29pm
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Joe Hankey



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Not sure. But thay told me thay had taken it out. It was on the back seat when we brought it home.

Post #546915 Sat Jan 27 2018 5:13pm
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Col



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Out of curiosity, what were they doing to the car in the first place, as I'm pretty sure they would of had to remove the head unit to be able to access the plug at rear of unit to remove it. Why not ask them why they removed it and if radio and navigation was working prior to them working on the vehicle, then tell them to put it right.

Cheers
Col

Post #546937 Sat Jan 27 2018 9:06pm
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Joe Hankey



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Thankyou for that. I will do and it had a service and rear bumper as it was crack in it.

Post #546948 Sun Jan 28 2018 1:14am
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Col



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Have to admit still rather puzzled why they would feel the need to remove it, if they were only doing a service and rear bumper repair. Strange of course it is possible it's not what I think it is, just looked very similar to a navtv system component I fitted I fitted my old 09 plate sport.

Cheers
Col

Post #546949 Sun Jan 28 2018 2:39am
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Joe Hankey



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Thay had my car for 3 weeks and then it came home with this on the seats

Post #546967 Sun Jan 28 2018 11:38am
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Godders



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quite simply I would go back to the dealer/garage (they should have all the answers) and say...What is this ? Where is it from ? and why did you take it out ? Once they answer you should be in a better place to deal with the problem of sat nav and radio. Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.

Post #546980 Sun Jan 28 2018 2:36pm
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Andy K



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Well I think the first questions is:

The radio and nav were working when it came in and isn't now.

And I can't help but notice this box on the seat Confused which looks like it used to plug into the radio

Post #546992 Sun Jan 28 2018 5:39pm
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Joe Hankey



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Thankyou i will see what they say

Post #547076 Mon Jan 29 2018 10:08pm
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