I'm not sure what he's talking about. I have the Nav/DVD Hack and I can watch iPhone piped movie through the AUX input without any "reset".rocastro71 wrote:So I found a local shop that could do the nav hack for my M with technology package. He said he can install an apple composite AV cable inside my center armrest were the ipod integration is right now. He claim I could watch video with my iphone even while I'm driving. However, he said I need to get the system reset after the nav hack. My question is, what exactly do they have to reset after he does the nav hack. How much will infiniti charge to reset the system. He charges $150 for the nav hack.
The navigation will still work but it will not refresh fast enough with the VSS wire cut. They system periodically polls the sats and uses on board speed and direction sensors the rest of the time to determine map location. In other words, you will miss off-ramps going at fwy speeds.eggyacid wrote:Okay, i finally found a local shop that willing to do NAV hack on my 2006 M35
Everything works great and i noticed something totally cool today.
after putting in a destination, i flipped the switch and start watching my video podcast (via RCA)i noticed that my NAV still works... it's still giving me all direction and tracking on the MAP.How is this possible? my NAV still tracks..... the Green GPS light on the bottom right still lit and i'm getting voice prompt and everything works fine.
i heard some others on the board that the NAV will not work and you have to slow it down to get it sync... i just finished an 70 mile trip going about 75mph all the way, no problem and no lost of GPS while still have video in motion.
Did my installer do something different? this is amazing
If you don't want to try it yourself, check with Amplified Motorsports in Monterey Park.Anthony_FX35 wrote:new member here. HELLO ALL!
anyone know of any shop in Orange County area willing to do this? I don't want to blow my car up if you know what i mean.
you may have just boosted my confidence. btw...the DIY said for all 2008 M models. how about my 2009 FX35?FNAWSM wrote:Just do it yourself. Its not that hard. If you can follow directions and can remember how to put things back together once you take them apart, you will be just fine. There are some real nice write-ups on here and i plan on doing one myself real soon. It will take you 2 or 3 hours max and cost about $15 max.
thanks, I will give them a shot if all else fails.terrycs wrote:
If you don't want to try it yourself, check with Amplified Motorsports in Monterey Park.
Never saw a reply to this question on the switch. Anyone aware of such a swithch?paulk22 wrote:Thanks, that will get me the same result I suppose.
Has anyone had any luck getting a switch that matches the one for the AWD on the center console, I was thinking that would be ideal for installation (although maybe a little obvious for someone to find when repairing the vehicle)
If so, could you post the link?
The00Dustin wrote:I asked the same question somewhere, and even asked if the SNOW button was DPDT, because I'd use it, but no one on the forum seemed to know (read: I got no response), and I didn't look into it further3