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Old 12-13-2009, 09:44 AM
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Navigation System Component repair:

Navigation System Component repair:
Help Me Please
Does anyone have suggestions on what I may do or be wrong with these units? or Does anyone know if there is a company in the U.S. that checks and repairs Navigation System Components? I recently had a O.E.M. 16:9 unit retrofitted in my 2001 330ci vert and am having trouble with the Mark III CD drive loading the map disk - kicks it out after about 5 seconds and the BM53 radio receiver only picks up two signals on each band with only static. Short of getting both unit replaced I wanted them checked out before I do that.
thanks, Bob

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Old 12-13-2009, 05:01 PM
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Additional Note: My Mk3 is running V20 SW 3-1/60 software and the map version I am trying to use is 2008.1 is that part of the problem?
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