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Hi all,
Hope someone can help us out. We purchased a base NV200 but then decided to upgrade to the Nav and Back-up camera unit. We purchased a used unit, installed and all looked great untill the NV went into limp mode. We reversed back to old unit, and all is right again, but would like to go back to the Nav system. Any ideas what we should do to proceed?>:D
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I found the same issue. I have a 2018 NV200 with the stock radio and we are junking a 2015 NV200 with the sat nav / XM radio. I tried putting the sat nav radio in the 2018, and the RPMs would jump up 2000 rpms then drop down 2000, then up, down, etc. The dealer says they have no idea why it would do that.
Did you ever find a fix?
 

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I thought I'd bump this discussion up.
I ran into the same issue. I tried a straight of the base unit (big knob) for a used full screen unit with bluetooth. Everything worked fine except the microphone wouldn't work for phone calls. I had to put the original unit back in.
Does anyone know how to resolve that?
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Vehicles have so much system integration, I am beginning to believe there are often software issues. I thought because the radio is Double DIN, it is easy to plug and play. Getting the steering controls to work for My_Vehicle is seemingly impossible with after market Stereo Decks. Trying to design before purchase often leads to non-existing connector or splicing into factory wires. Universal interface devices have complicated setups. (Crutchfield did not have a complete solution, I said...CRUTCHFIELD!). The days of heading to Radio Shack is gone (literally). With On-Board Diagnostics (OBD), everything is wired to talk with the computer. So, if you change the configuration, like add a new device (navigation), the Computer (aka HAL 9000) may become lost (Sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.).

BTW, I hope I'm wrong with NV200, because my friend's Tesla has to get new software regularly and the SUV's functions change too. The whole reason I bought my NV200 was for simplicity. Geez, I crack myself up.
 
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