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Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« on: 07 August 2006, 23:35:27 »

Hi, i have a 2001 Elite Omega, should it have Sat Nav fitted, if so it's not working altho the screen shows date/time etc..., also my stereo has no power to it at all, in the main fuse box where it says CD a fuse won't stay in the slot, also how can i get the stereo out without marking the fascia. It's annoying me now as i want to test the Bose speakers.  Thanks. :)
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #1 on: 08 August 2006, 00:06:44 »

depends on the engine size. AFAIK, 3.0 and 3.2 litre models had sat nav as standard, it was an optional extra on any other engine.

To remove the factory head unit, you need to remove the grub screws then pull out the unit using a set of double-DIN extraction keys. I got mine from Halfrauds, suprisingly enough they were cheaper than fleabay - especially once you'd added on postage ... although by the sounds of it your fuseboard might be the cause of the problem ...
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #2 on: 08 August 2006, 09:16:46 »

What type of display do you have, is it half height or full?

Do you have switches on the end of the washer stalk to control trip computer functions?

The CD fuse is only fitted to cars which have a boot mounted auto changer, there is also a fuse on the rear of the stereo.
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #3 on: 08 August 2006, 17:46:27 »

Thanks for that, i don't think mine has the Sat Nav then, i'll try get the stereo out tomorrow as i'm off work.  Is it a normal blade fuse in the stereo ?
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #4 on: 08 August 2006, 17:47:14 »

Yes, standard auto type blade fuse in back of stereo...
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #5 on: 08 August 2006, 18:48:00 »

sat nav unit in mine is the NCDC2013 head unit - easy to spot as it has a single CD slot at the top instead of a cassette player ... AFAIK all the facelift sat nav unit model numbers begin with NCDC instead of CDR.
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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #6 on: 08 August 2006, 19:41:49 »

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What type of display do you have, is it half height or full?

Do you have switches on the end of the washer stalk to control trip computer functions?

The CD fuse is only fitted to cars which have a boot mounted auto changer, there is also a fuse on the rear of the stereo.

I've got a facelift with Satnav and all nav and computer functions are controlled from the buttons on the steering wheel not on the stalks as per pre facelift models.

Also the NCDC, refers to CD Changer, which is mounted in the head unit at the bottom, as oppsed to boot mounted.

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Re: Stereo/Sat Nav Fault
« Reply #7 on: 11 August 2006, 13:19:58 »

Exactly why I mentioned the board computer controls on the stalk......a trick way of finding out if an NCDC is or ever was fitted.  ;)
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