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Old 07-18-2017, 07:01 PM
Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Canada
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Nav screen only flickering and not displaying anything

Hi All:

This winter, my battery died when it was super cold out, so I had to boost it a few times to get the engine started on separate occasions. At first the Nav unit would flicker a bit or work fine and then it would eventually reboot and work for a while. Now, the Nav screen is only flickering black and not displaying anything. On the very odd occasion, it will display what is expected for a few seconds but then go back to flickering.

Has anyone run into this problem?

I was thinking of opening up the head unit to see if any capacitors blew or to see if there is anything obvious that could be replaced to fix it.

Maybe I just need to buy another one?

Thanks in advance!

2002 Carbon Black BMW ///M5 (Black Extended Leather, Anthracite Alcantara, Titanium Trim, M-Audio with Enhanced Bass, PDC) and various mods

2003 Sapphire Black BMW X5 (Dakota beige leather, heated front and rear seats, Light Poplar Trim, power adjustable rear seats, sunshades, running boards, MK4 Nav,DSP)
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