AnswerID: 418496 Submitted: Friday, May 28, 2010 at 07:59
Member - John
G'day, I have one of these, not too bad, a couple of niggling problems, still trying to sort them out. They are, the clock is out two hours, no matter how I set it, it loses two hours. Ipod controls don't work, it reads the Ipod,but won't control it.
Seeing the screen at times is difficult, I have it angled towards the driver as far as possible, need to angle it out at the bottom and see if it helps, have noticed that most factory ones are angled that way. Plug and play if you still have the factory head unit.
GPS seems to be good, my first time with one, can run Oziexplorer
etc, on SD card. Other functions, radio,cd etc, seem to be ok, yet to hook up cameras etc.
All up, for the price, I reckon a good unit. Hopefully will be able to fix the niggles.
Double DIN GPS
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FollowupID: 688626 Submitted:
Friday, May 28, 2010 at 11:34
Member - joc45 (WA) posted:
Looks like you've got a series I or II Patrol. Do the existing sound system connectors and wiring match with the new unit as claimed?
Where does the gps antenna fit?
I see they boast technical backup from within Oz as a reason for buying from them. Have they offered any suggestions on your clock and iPod problems? ie, is their backup as good as they say?
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FollowupID: 688630 Submitted:
Friday, May 28, 2010 at 12:35
Member - John posted:
Joc, Hi, the pic is from the web site, mine is a 2004 and the existing connectors all match. I have been chatting with the bloke that sells them, just been busy and haven't got back to him. Easy to talk to etc. I get the impression that the back up is good, just need some time to get back to him.
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