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Old 2nd June 2017, 21:47   #1
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Could anybody tell me what navigation disc I need for my gps unit on my rover75 hi line unit thanks


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Old 4th June 2017, 09:44   #2
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If it's the Rover fitted CD based unit, then the most up to date disc is available for purchase here: http://www.satnavdvd.co.uk/rover-34-c.asp for the CD

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My understanding is that this is the final disc to be produced, due to the age of the technology (i.e. CD-ROM based system) no further updated discs will be produced,

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My much loved CDTI is due a reward after I found how to check out the Window bus and restore operation of the driver's window switches. So I've been looking at the various Chinese offerings on EBay. Has anybody experience of these - do they need a navigation disc etc? My old car didn't have navigation installed so no doubt there will be cable looms to run but having pulled the car to bits over the years that isn't to daunting. But I'd like anyone advice before I purchase a unit.
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My much loved CDTI is due a reward after I found how to check out the Window bus and restore operation of the driver's window switches. So I've been looking at the various Chinese offerings on EBay. Has anybody experience of these - do they need a navigation disc etc? My old car didn't have navigation installed so no doubt there will be cable looms to run but having pulled the car to bits over the years that isn't to daunting. But I'd like anyone advice before I purchase a unit.
Those units use an sd card for navigation. Alternatively, get an Android unit & you can use Google maps or Sygic etc
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