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Old 07-28-2009, 07:23 PM
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Turning Navigation voice volume up?

sometimes the navigation sounds too low. Is there a volume adjustment?
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Originally Posted by trudawg View Post
sometimes the navigation sounds too low. Is there a volume adjustment?
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When the voice is speaking turn up the volume with the knob. It won't affect your music volume.
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you're referring to the round selection knob, and not the regular radio volume controls?


Also today I got a Navigation could not be started due to an error message, has anyone gotten this before?
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This is covered in your COMAND manual (for the '01), which I presume you don't have, since you're not reading it. You can download one at http://home.earthlink.net/~phdwebsite/comand_manual.htm

While navigation is active, you use the normal radio volume control either on the steering wheel or the COMAND unit. Both will work. If you can't adjust it quickly enough (while it is providing a command), hit the RPT (repeat) button and then adjust.

I have had the message you described on occasion; shutting the ignition down and re-starting after a short wait (30 seconds or so) re-booted the system.

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