Tim, thanks for the idea about swapping discs. I put the Cadillac Demo disc in a DVD player in the house and it worked fine. So looks like it is the unit in the car that is bad.tim harris said:Try playing a real DVD Movie, than try the Nav DVD again if the movie plays. Now you will know if its the disc or the DVD player. Reguards, Tim
dian683dian683 said:My car won't play the GPS cd- it thinks there is no disc in the player! We tested different dvd's but no good- it isn't picking up any of them.
Anyone have any ideas? :banghead
I had the occasional "the disc is initializing" problem when trying to use the nav system's voice recognition (mostly used for changing between XM1 and XM2). The dealership replaced the Nav unit and the problem has gone away. DVDs were playing fine and I wasn't having a problem with reading the map data.dian683 said:Thanks for all the suggestions- we had already tried the XLR DVD in the house and it works fine, and a regular movie DVD doesn't work in the car...
guess I have to go back to the dealership, again.
Unless I just bought the CD and can't wait to listen to it, I only use backup copies of my CDs in my cars. The originals stay at home.alk3997 said:Either way I would not try to insert a CD I cared about until the problem was fixed and I was sure it was fixed. Andy
Actually I was trying to answer two questions at once (one DVD and one CD). Sorry about that.dian683 said:somehow you translated my dvd problem into something involving cd's. My cd system works fine, and Iknow it can hold 6 cd's- only the dvd player doesn't work. You know- the slot behind the GPS screen?
BUDSVET said:I just had my oil changed and was looking at STS nav system and notice that they are getting two map updates, didn't see that when I got my 05 XLR, wonder if we get any updates free? doubt it....... :jester :flag