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Toyota Land Cruiser, Navigation System, SUV
#159 of 209 Re: 2004 toyota landcruiser [emma99]
Mar 09, 2010 (4:32 pm)
Unbelievable! I also have a 2004 Land Cruiser with the navigation problem of external power lost etc. It was recently diagnosed w/ 106,000 miles on it after a trip to the dealership for brake work. To my knowledge nothing was done with the battery. I was also told almost $6,000 for new replacement unit. After going to a non-dealer he was able to locate a pre-owned unit for a cost of $2350 installed w/ 12 month warranty. I still have not pulled the trigger and after reading all of the posts with the same problem, I must say that I am definitely perplexed. Help.....
#160 of 209 nav sys satellite radio
Aug 29, 2010 (6:40 pm)
I have lost the satellie radio one two and three display on my nav system. I have a2007 landcruiser and after getting sirius to activate my subscription the satellite one two or three will not come up on the display either from the steering wheel control, the radio control or the voice activation control. ever heard of this nav/guy.
#161 of 209 Re: nav sys satellite radio [fmcmanus]
Dec 02, 2010 (2:03 pm)
Try disconnectiog your battery 4 a minute and it will probably reset your Sirius
#162 of 209 2006 LC Navigation CD location
Dec 02, 2010 (2:04 pm)
Anybody know where the nav cd is located? dealer doesn't
#163 of 209 Re: 04 LC Navigation needed... Help!!! [willy12]
Dec 30, 2010 (6:54 pm)
I just had the EXACT same thing happen to me today. I am sick over it. No one at the dealer had a clue about what to do. I left on the note of they promising to call me in a day or two as they will research the problem.
#164 of 209 Re: 2006 LC Navigation CD location [bhprince]
Dec 31, 2010 (10:43 am)
it is in the unit under the front passenger seat. best access is from the back of the seat.
#165 of 209 Re:NAV/DVD problem fixed!!
Jan 03, 2011 (4:12 pm)
Got things straightened out today.
The service dept called Denso about the problem, and were told that I had a disc problem. Back in March of 2010, I updated the NAV/DVD with discs I purchased from a Toyota dealer. Apparently, the system needed the original disc in order to reboot and reload properly. Glad I had the original disc from 2003. The system read the old disc (kind of slowly...) and things looked normal. After a few moments, we ejected the 2003 disc and inserted the 2010 disc. Everything worked, all systems are functioning like new. Whew! Thought I would share this information as it might be helpful to someone. Happy New Year.
#166 of 209 Toyota Land Cruiser 2010: How do I eject a CD disc stuck in Map DVD Player?
Jan 08, 2011 (6:51 am)
Whilst playing around with navigation maps, I somehow got a Video DVD Disc loaded into the Navigation Map DVD Player.
Since then, all efforts to eject the CD has failed. The screen console is reporting "Unable to read data. Check the map DVD is correct" but selecting the eject icon on the screen does not eject the wrong disc.
Is it possible to get the CD ejected without my having to visit the dealer/garage? Has anyone else had a similar experience that could be of assistance?
#167 of 209 Toyota Land Cruiser 2010: How do I change the date/time zone setting
Jan 08, 2011 (7:01 am)
The vehicle came preset for Saudi Arabia but I am currently in Africa and need to have the "time zone" setting changed from "GMT+3" to "GMT".
Currently, the screen console give only 2 options "GMT+3" and "GMT+4" neither of which is suitable.
Can anyone advice how this can be achieved?
#168 of 209 Re: Toyota Land Cruiser 2010: How do I eject a CD disc stuck in Map DVD Player? [pobaj]
Jan 08, 2011 (10:21 am)
Hm, not sure but I just had an issue when I got a new battery. My unit did not function/would not open/would not read the disc, etc. When I drove the car the next day, after about 15 minutes, the unit opened by itself!! I guess from me pushing the "open" button earlier? For some reason it took the unit a while to "warm up"?? When the unit opened I was able to eject the disc, which was the 2010 Denso update disc. I had to put my original disc back into the unit, let it load, then take it out and put in the updated disc to get things back to normal. Maybe disconnect/reconnect the battery will force your system back to factory settings and allow the CD to be ejected? Let me know if/when you get it out.