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Why System Updates Matter

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You have a computer that you may find that you are frequently updating software on. Whether you are doing weekly updates for your operating system or even updates for your favorite video game, these are updates that are important in order to make sure the software is always running smoothly and has all of the new features that you want. This is also true for any other piece of technology that you may have at home, for instance your router or smartphone that you may have. Without these updates, your technology will not be running at its best and you...

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From the Archives: MyFord Touch Lawsuit (2014)

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MYFORD TOUCH LAWSUIT IN LIMBO AS FORD FILES MOTION TO DISMISS Ford wants MyFord Touch class-action lawsuit dismissed. By David A. Wood , CarComplaints.com Posted in News April 25, 2014 — Angry owners of the MyFord Touch, MyLincoln Touch and MyMercury Touch "infotainment" systems are awaiting their day in court as Ford fights to have a nationwide class-action lawsuit dismissed. The lawsuit claims the system not only contains defects that keep it from operating as advertised, but is a danger to the safe operation of the vehicle. In its motion to dismiss, Ford claims the lawsuit is without merit because...

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Let's be Social

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Have a Twitter? Facebook? Youtube? FOLLOW US   #NAVREPAIR We're in more places to serve you even more great tips and information. Tweet us with any questions you have regarding your factory navigation radio. Tag us in your vehicle pictures and we'll showcase them.    

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Is Your GM or Ford Factory Navigation Radio on the Fritz?

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  Not all navigation systems are plug & play!  General Motors (GM) automobile brands --Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC --, Ford Motor Company & Lincoln Motor Company radio navigation systems require reprogramming before being used in a vehicle not originally installed in from the factory. The systems optimal functionality is determined by the VIN of the vehicle, which when searched produces the necessary RPO codes to program the radio navigation system with. Common symptoms your radio needs to be reprogrammed are: GPS does not track properly--lags behind current location DVD movies will not play on factory rear entertainment system Steering wheel controls will not function...

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The Low Down on MYGIG's...

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Tip: If you are purchasing a 2007-2014 Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, or RAM 6.5" UCONNECT MYGIG Infotainment System from a third party, such as through eBay, ensure you are buying a radio system that matches your vehicles CAN-Bus. MyGIG radios run on two different Bus systems, a low-speed computer Bus system (CAN-B) and a high-speed computer Bus system (CAN-C). MyGIG radios designed for a high-speed electrical bus will not work on a vehicle with a low-speed bus, and vice versa. MyGIG radios are manufactured by Harman Becker (HB) and Mitsubishi Electric (ME). 2007-2010 MyGIG 730N Navigation RER - Featuring North American maps by...

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