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Old 08-16-2013, 01:22 PM
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Default need HELP for NAVI MASK

Hello,

car: E92 2009

I have a problem with my navigation system (MASK). I installed the IPOD interface and coded the MASK. The IPOD interface is working well but the GYRO will not work anymore. The info menu shows the value 4970 for the gyro.
GPS is working but the "arrow" is turning arround all the time and the car shows the wrong direction.

I used the NCSExpert from the "may-package" and SP-data V49.

I have tried:

- unplug the battery for 2h
- NCSExpert SG-reset
- unpluged the navigation system and reinstalled it
- coded the MASK again with an empty .MAN file

I hope somebody has an idea to fix the problem.

best regards
mpit2k


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