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I had a strange experience last night I thought I'd share... I left work, pulled out of the parking garage, and suddenly realized that the Nav/Entertainment screen was not on. Nothing. Zip, zilch, nadda. Completely blank.

I pressed all the buttons. No radio, no Nav, nothing. FWIW, The instrument cluster panel was fine, operating normally.

At the next red light, I turned the car off and on again (hey, I work in IT :) ), but that made no difference. I was mentally starting to plan a trip to the dealer when I remembered the little reset button located to the right of the tuning knob.

At the next red light I got out a pen and gently poked the tip into the reset button hole, and viola! The system displayed the boot logo, sat on the confirmation screen for a few seconds, and then came to life. All settings appear to have survived. I have no idea what happened, and this morning everything operated normally.
 

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Happened to me as well, but it looked like the screen was stuck in camera mode. Once the vehicle started moving the video went blank but the camera select buttons on the left side were still there. Tried shutting the vehicle off but that didn't do anything. Finally just drove home and parked it but even after the vehicle was off the icons on the screen were still there. Finally gave up and went inside but checked the car half an hour later and the icons were off, started the care and everything was back to normal. Good to know about the reset though, I forgot about that. I'll bet that would have solved the problem.
 

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I had a strange experience last night I thought I'd share... I left work, pulled out of the parking garage, and suddenly realized that the Nav/Entertainment screen was not on. Nothing. Zip, zilch, nadda. Completely blank.

I pressed all the buttons. No radio, no Nav, nothing. FWIW, The instrument cluster panel was fine, operating normally.

At the next red light, I turned the car off and on again (hey, I work in IT :) ), but that made no difference. I was mentally starting to plan a trip to the dealer when I remembered the little reset button located to the right of the tuning knob.

At the next red light I got out a pen and gently poked the tip into the reset button hole, and viola! The system displayed the boot logo, sat on the confirmation screen for a few seconds, and then came to life. All settings appear to have survived. I have no idea what happened, and this morning everything operated normally.
C'mon...you work in IT (as do I) and you DON't carry around an Official Tech Reset PAPERCLIP? Using a pen tip is bush league man! You have to step up your IT game...LOL

In all seriousness, good catch/call.
 
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