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    Default Peugeot 407 RT3, slow Map update

    Hi, I've got a 2005 407 with RT3 FW 6.63 when driving the map is updated every 3-4 minute. Navigation is useless with this refresh rate.
    When i start the car it quicky finds my position, but slow refresh. If i change to radio/cd and then over to NAV, it centres the map correctly, but again... slow refresh.
    I've tried with new maps CD without any luck.

    Any ideas. All tips are welcome as I plan to sell the car in a few months. Need to fix before I sell it.

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    Hello,

    This is the only problem of the RT3 GPS only mode ?

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    Yes, this is the only issue. Everything else works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomaskrh View Post
    Yes, this is the only issue. Everything else works fine.
    Hello,

    Did you have tried with an old original CD Peugeot for to see ?

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    No, I dont have the Original CD

    I found an possible for this on another forum. A guy having the same problem, found out that it was a faulty ABS sensor spamming the computer.
    I've actually have an defective ABS sensor... I'll try to change the sensor and then I'll let you know.
    It will be in august, leaving for hollyday next week though.

 

 

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