Last post on Nov 15, 2009 at 12:17 PM
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Hyundai Santa Fe, Navigation System, SUV
#40 of 49 Re: Mystery navigation system? [jnojr]
Aug 20, 2009 (11:42 pm)
I saw one on ebay or you can call LG. 1-889-599-6284 is their number and they can give you either a book or a PDF. Give them your email address and they will give it to you for free.
#42 of 49 Re: Software Update [jimh20]
Aug 25, 2009 (4:07 pm)
I just got this on another forum:
UPDATE to outdated map version in 2009 Nav units.
I called Hyundai National Consumer Assistance Center
1-800 633 5151
They advised that the outdated map will be updated....the procedure is a bit cumbersome.
1. Order the update from mapnsoft.com ($299.)
2. Mapnsoft will refund $199. upon return of old disk
3. Call the above with proof of purchase, proof of ownership of vehicle, etc and they will refund the balance of $199.
Suggest you call the number above to get the information first hand. It sounded like this was not a new problem as they had the procedure at hand.
Aug 31, 2009 (6:51 am)
Just a clarification. I am doing this procedure. Mapnsoft refunds $100 and Hyundai refunds the $199. The problem I ran into is that not all Hyundai customer service personnel are aware of this option so you have to be persistent and if necessary talk to a supervisor.
#44 of 49 No backup camera or sensor 2009 in SF
Sep 05, 2009 (7:29 pm)
In reply the Infinity Logic 7 sound system is excellent. It extremely sad there is no backup camera or sensors. It makes no sense in this class there is no option with nav system. Drivers are supposed to back up with vision not on how well they can guess where they are. I am very disappointed with this fact. Hyundai has made it so that you can't even do it after market. If anyone has overcome this major flaw please let me know.
Sep 07, 2009 (11:52 am)
Can I install a Nav System on my 2007 Santa Fe. Will the 2009 model fit or could i get an after market system ?
#46 of 49 Re: 2007 santa fe [pullysweet]
Sep 09, 2009 (10:15 am)
It's probably better to use an aftermarket unit than retrofit a factory installed one. The factory installed one requires the Infinity amp and speakers (which is fine if you already have it) and some re-wiring. Portable units are the easiest solution - you can check Consumer Reports to see which best meets your needs (CR hasn't reviewed in-dash units). If it must be in-dash, then try the Eclipse AVN6600/6620 unit for around $700. CNET reviewed a number of in-dash units - see http://reviews.cnet.com/best-in-dash-gps-navigation-systems/ .
#47 of 49 Re: santa fe navigation,, [silky33]
Sep 29, 2009 (2:56 am)
Hi, I just bought a Santa Fe in France with the same navigation unit youhave, but I dont have the user manual with the car.
Could you send me a copy please. Thanks for your help.
#48 of 49 Re: Software Update [tom_santafe09]
Nov 15, 2009 (6:49 am)
Just curious if you don't mind. What are the issues that caused you to seek the update? Were you able to do the software update at no cost to you and are you satisfied with the results. Does this apply to the 2008 Navigation system as well.
#49 of 49 Re: Software Update [srz948]
Nov 15, 2009 (12:17 pm)
I noticed that the feature which allows you to enter a phone number (for a business) and then it gives you directions, was not working. There were no phone numbers n the system. The upgrade has the phone numbers in there.