Last post on Dec 19, 2010 at 3:13 PM
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Acura TSX, Navigation System, Sedan
#45 of 64 Re: TSX NAVI Problems [pudge033]
Jan 25, 2010 (7:56 pm)
same problem 65K on 04 TSX. haven't brought it in yet.
#46 of 64 Re: TSX NAVI Problems [nanbevi]
Feb 25, 2010 (6:54 pm)
I am having the EXACT same problems with mine! Except sometimes, when the navigation resets and then asks for my PIN, the touchscreen is unresponsive. The voice commands do nothing at all when I press the button and give it a command except give me a garbled static computer noise. Have you been able to figure out the problem? I just bought mine from eBay.
#47 of 64 Re: TSX NAVI Problems [nanbevi]
Apr 15, 2010 (11:44 am)
How did you reset the PIN? Did that fix your problem? This problem is killing me. Thanks
#48 of 64 Re: TSX NAVI Problems [jlpc81]
Apr 18, 2010 (12:52 pm)
No. Dealer "alledgedly" reset pin. Today, I Iooked in my manual for radio code and the "new" pin was the original pin when I was purchased the car. So they never changed it. Navi voice came back on but now screen gets frozen/black every other day/hour. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Pulled fuse for car to try and reset but still doesn't work. Has the green bar(as if it is rebooting) but then nothing!!!!!!!!! Haven't had time to bring it in yet plus scared of COST!!!!!!!
#49 of 64 Nav System Overheat
May 26, 2010 (5:18 pm)
2005 TSX with Nav. Notice after driving the car for 30 minutes or so, navigation system stops working. Screen frozen, sometimes get message "disc read error' . Happens more often in hot weather. Checked box/player in trunk, when display freezes the box is *hot* to the touch. I believe, like a computer, it's shutting down because it's getting too hot. If I shut off the car for about a half hour, it works again. Had this problem for about 6 months but just discovered the heat issue. Acura wanted me to replace disc or player but disc isn't scratched and nav works fine most of the time, especially in cooler weather. Does chassis have a fan in it? Is it replaceable?
#50 of 64 2010 TSX Navigation
Jun 01, 2010 (6:30 am)
I have a 2010 TSX and have a problem finding places. I can never get anything to show up in my STATE!!! There are multiple spellings for some places, it is a disaster. I was looking for a Walgreens the other day and it wasnt in the database anywhere! My little Garmin does a better job. It almost looks like they took input from some users at one point and that is what they are using for a database. Has anyone else seen this issue?
#51 of 64 Re: 2010 TSX Navigation [sandyvelez]
Jun 05, 2010 (8:11 am)
Yep - it's a combination of the database with the way the front end software looks for stuff - certainly not as good as some portable systems.
#52 of 64 Re: 2010 TSX Navigation [biker4]
Jun 05, 2010 (12:21 pm)
I agree- some of the portables are better but I have had no regrets with the nav in my 06-
#53 of 64 Re: Nav System Overheat [dgreene697]
Jun 07, 2010 (3:06 pm)
A friend of mine has a 2005 TSX four door and she tried to put a GPS in it and it blow the fuses. I know this is not the question you asked but I thought you could answer my question. Do you have any suggestions what GPS is best to install without blowing the fuses? Robert
#54 of 64 Re: Nav System Overheat [rwmasters]
Jun 12, 2010 (6:44 am)
Something is wrong with the GPS being installed - current gen portable GPS units consume just a few watts of power and should not pop even a 5 A car fuse. Or there's something wrong with the power socket into which it is being installed. Try it in another car to see if it does the same thing to eliminate the socket issue.