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#1 of 100 Chrysler Pacifica NAV System Questions
by pf_flyer HOST
Jul 25, 2006 (6:24 am)
This is the place to discuss navigation questions for the Pacifica.
#2 of 100 OEM or Aftermaket Navigation
Jul 23, 2005 (9:42 am)
I have a 2004 Pac that we really have fallen in love with. We got such a good deal we couldn't pass it up. I was wondering if anyone here knew if it was possible to add the in dash navigation or any aftermarket nav into the Pacifica. Any experience or info would be greatly appreciated.
#3 of 100 Re: OEM or Aftermaket Navigation [kcmiller]
Jul 27, 2005 (5:22 pm)
I am using a pocket pc with a bluetooth GPS..It work great.
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#4 of 100 Re: OEM or Aftermaket Navigation [kcmiller]
Jul 30, 2005 (9:15 am)
kcmiller -- Dealer tells me the factory Nav system cannot be dealer installed. It would be quite an effort given its built into the dash/instrument panel.
We opted for the Garmin StreetPilot 2720, their top-of-the-line automotive unit. It appears to actually have more features than the factory job and of course, is transportable from car to car. Retail is nearly $1200 but can be purchased new from reliable eBay stores for around $825. You can read the specs at http://www.garmin.com/products/sp2720/"
#5 of 100 Re: OEM or Aftermaket Navigation [hutchinj]
Jul 30, 2005 (12:52 pm)
I bought the Garmin c320 SP for $580, and it works well!
#6 of 100 New Owner Nav Question
Jan 02, 2006 (11:57 am)
After looking at many different cars over the past few months I finally purchased a 2006 signature edition most almost everything. This forum gave me alot of insight into the vehicle before the purchase; thanks!!!!!!
My question concerns the nav system; when I entered address into the address book it puts them in the "in-motion" folder instead of asking for the correct folder. Has anyone else experienced this problem or offer some assistance. I am sure the is an operator error problem.
Thanks in advance.
#7 of 100 Re: New Owner Nav Question [wcrg]
Jan 06, 2006 (5:52 pm)
I think the first addresses automatically go into the in-motion folder until it is full.
#8 of 100 Military Overseas - Navagation in Europe
Jun 15, 2006 (12:28 am)
Well I just ordered and waiting to arrive my new 2006 FWD
Over here we are pretty limited in what we can get unless you order from the factory and want to wait 9 months or more. So, I decided on a Butane Blue FWD Touring. I should be getting it in about 3 weeks.
My question is, its coming with the Navigation system and
Chrysler states that they won't claim that the system will
work outside the CONUS 48 states.
Has anyone ever modified, changed chip, replaced the
Nav system so that it will work in Europe?
I'm thinking that it should just be a chip mod in the
DVD system (to make Region free). But thats why I'm
Thanks in advance!!
#9 of 100 Re: Military Overseas - Navagation in Europe [kcbaker]
Jun 15, 2006 (12:03 pm)
The map information for the Navigation system is contained in a DVD-ROM disc in the navigation unit made by Alpine Electronics located in the rear of the Pacifica. I would assume that they have a disc for Europe that you can order from Alpine, 2710 Hills Tech Ct., Farmington Hills, MI 48331 Attn: DaimlerChrysler Navigation Unit. The telephone number 1-248-489-0062 should be the first step to contact Barb, who I dealt with about two years ago.
#10 of 100 Re: Military Overseas - Navagation in Europe [b25nut]
Jun 19, 2006 (1:55 am)
Thanks for the great info!!! Sounds like a good place to
I'll keep everyone posted.