You won't like my answr either.OK_TITAN said:Well I don't like your answers...LOL
I agree. I have a Tom Tom and being able to move it from one vehicle to another is great. Especially if you travel a lot and use rental cars.mtofell said:I love my $300 Tom Tom... The coolest part so far was using it to navigate my way around Las Vegas... in a rental car while my Titan sat at the Portland airport.
I know factory nav is cool but one huge limiation is that you can't take it with you.
If you have your heart set on a factory like Nav system, then i would takeOK_TITAN said:OK then, can you buy the plastic piece the Nav sits in and then mount an aftermarket Nav in it in the same place the factory Nav would sit?
what size screen did u get? where did u mount. i like that idea. id love to get one with bluetooth. do u have pics so we can see?PTitan said:Buy a Clarion N.I.C.E. and mount it into the factory navigation housing. I did it and it look like a factory unit. It has navigation, MP3, backup camera and Sirius. I love it and it was not hard to install.
I purchased my Clarion N.I.C.E. from Ebay for about $600 (new).
Here's some pictures of a Clarion NICE install in the factory nav. bezel. Most 7" screen will fit in the factory nav bezel with some minor trimming.kronos2 said:what size screen did u get? where did u mount. i like that idea. id love to get one with bluetooth. do u have pics so we can see?
the tire monitoring system sees the raise in pressure when you fill, then when you start driving around (30-40mph) it will reset itself. not sure on tire rotations tho, i rotated my tires at work and my tire light never went off.NBrown said:Does the Nissan original equipment Navigation system do anything the others don't? e.g. I read in the owner's manual that you can't reset your tire pressure monitoring sensors unless you have the factory installed Navigation system. Otherwise, I have to take it back to the dealer every time I have my tires rotated?