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hy,

does anybody know when you have installed the audio connectivity module, the aux input in the back still works?
Does the radio have 2 aux outputs?
 

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The ACM includes a hard bypass switch (mounted in the glove box next to USB and RCA audio inputs that are part of the ACM along with the iPod cable) that will allow you to switch output between ACM and the "old" AUX input behind the arm rest, or the dealer installed overhead Rosen DVD player if you have one in your car.
 

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It worked!! thank you
Now the only problem I still have is: on my screen is written: "nav not available". Everything else is working like my start up screen and the 4*4 display.
only my nav is not working , i allready changed the disc buth no result.
 

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Tarantino013 said:
It worked!! thank you
Now the only problem I still have is: on my screen is written: "nav not available". Everything else is working like my start up screen and the 4*4 display.
only my nav is not working , i allready changed the disc buth no result.
Sounds like your nav unit dvd player may be on the fritz, but easy enough to check and replace however but expensive if you are not under warranty. There are 3 wires which plug into the back of the unit all with unique plug connectors...slide your drivers seat forward, disconnect all the wires, remove the 4 small bolts holding it to the frame and test a new unit (at the dealership or if you have a friend with an RRS. If it works, you've found the problem, if not, you may have some chafed wires at the loom there under the seat.

Good luck.
 

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The problem just started when I installed the navvideo interface i ordered on the internet. I followed the manual. I had to plug out the blue plug and connect it with a black wire. one side to the blue plug and the other to the blue cable. ok everything worked only my navigation failed. I tried everything I think.
Could it be that a hidden fuse has broke? Maybe not because the player has power and you hear the disc running. I restored everthing to original buth the problem remains. Maybe a reset in the garage is useful?
 

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Hhhm...not familiar with that setup unfortunately...so what happens if you completely disconnect the interface and restore everything back to original, did you by any chance take out the disc and put it in upside down perhaps?
 

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Yes, tried them all nothing changed. The only thing I can do is going to my dealer.
It's just so strange because nothing has broked. Just by pulling one cable in and out.
 

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Just wanted to say everything works fine. I found the problem by myself. It was a connection that was forced a little bit.
So navigation works, dvd works very nice buth I do not promote to watch movies while driving.
When the weather's better I will post some pics of the installation if someone would be interested to do the same.

Nice weekend.
 

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I used a portable dvd player ( cheap one 75€).
I connected red, yellow, white with the interface and I used a aux cable which I connected between the headphone out and the aux in in the back. the interface I ordered from navvideo.com or net. I only suggest when you connect the interface is to take out the factory discreader so you have a better view when you connect the cables. 2 minutes more work...
 

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Has anyone else installed this device from Navtv since this post? I am curious to know how long the install took and where most of the connections take place (behind radio or at NAV unit)? Is this a plug and play device? I have installed a number of aftermarket radio's and these integration modules so i am not concerned with the level of difficulty, just like to know what I am getting into before I begin. Thanks
 
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