Post by bigpoppa06 on Mar 29, 2011 12:15:59 GMT -6
im just curious about this a while back a guy brought up about adding the original factory nav unit to a classic. and the first thing everybody said would be better off getting an aftermarket because all that mapping would be out of date and obselete. is this true for the 2nd gen nav factory radio wouldnt the mapping be out of date or could you get up dated mapping
I bought a factory nav unit a couple years ago from someone on these forums for my '02. I then had to get the nav antenna from a local GM dealer. It went in easy, I only had to go back to the dealer so they can program the radio to my car. The radios are hard to find I know that, I just lucked out. I like the unit, it's dated obviously but I think it's a neat addition to my car. The only problem I have is I moved from NJ to Florida and I don't have the disc for the southeast region, so right now it's useless. I did post on here that I'm looking for the disc I need, but no one has replied. If anyone has the region disc I need that has replied on this thread, could you help me out? Maybe it can be copied? I forget the region number, maybe 7 or 9? I sure would like to be able to use the unit again. If you need pictures of what the nav unit looks like in the car, send me a PM with your email, I would be happy to send you some pictures. Thanks, Pete
2002 Aurora 3.5. Nav. Sunroof, Chrome Plated Wheels, All Weather Package, Convenience Group, Passenger Comfort Pkg, Driver/Passenger Heated Seats, OnStar
I just sold my 2001 Aurora which at one point I added the factory nav to. I ended up taking it out and installed a Pioneer Avic nav unit (heck BTW). I have the factory nab HU with antenna and map CD's. PM with an offer, or anyone else for that matter, otherwise EBAY it will be.
Last Edit: Aug 17, 2011 22:33:23 GMT -6 by thae2541