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    Attach a picture with gps module and show where you solder the wires.
    You can connect only the GPS module to USB port in Pre Boot mode, without the mount gps module back in the unit Kenwood
    You are one wrong step somewhere .
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    ok let me dismantle the unit take some photos and post

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    I have installed the usb drivers but it gives me garmin usb gps code 10. i have seperate the card module from kenwood.

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    You lack two electronic components on the board.

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    ok do we know what components they are?isthere a way around ?

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    Saturday or Sunday, to dismantle a unit on my car and I'll take the two values.
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    First at all:

    You can find on the internet the Kenwood service manual. The problem is that there is no navigation part on the scheme. It is presented only as a module.

    The missing parts are probably resistors. I have this parts in my board too, the same like ORAK. When I'll go back to home I'll check it out on my navi board. Most probably the navi board are the same. The difference is in the software.

    The second thing - you soldered black and red wires to the navi board.
    On the pictures You showing us any black and yellow wires are connected near any harness. Could You explain what You exactly doing? Maybe show any photo whole unit with cables. Especially cables from navi.

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    OK, ORAK has the values of resistors, but for sure I give in this place:

    First, smaller - 1k
    Second, bigger - 10k
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    Now you have the values of resistance.
    I will give council, Go to a real electronics to solder the 2 resistances and thinner wires.
    To not spoil anything else, You didn't do real soldering.
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    i connected the radio to a ups power supply. in oprder to power up the radio i have to connect the red and yellow wires together and black to ground. but now i only have the gps module connected to the usb not thje radioi . and i aldo have the red and black wire connected together. i took the board to an electronics technician and he told me that the 2 resistors that are missing dont matter because he check where they go on the opposite side of the pcb board and they dont connect to anywhere. i am goiny to take it again to make a proper soldering

 

 
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