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LoSLucifer

Navigation not working after installing a after market player

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LoSLucifer    0

Hi.
First off: Sorry for my bad eng.

I have a T25 2005 2.4L Avensis with built in navigation. Pop up screen on dash. ( pictures below ) 

Problem is now that i have replaced the old casette/cd player with a 2din aftermarket Kenwood dvd/mp3/cd player. All works fine but the navigation. The screen pops up and start booting but no info on the trip site or maps are showing. What do i need to do to get this working?  I dont have navi on the new 2 din :(

I know there is some wires i need to connect but how and connect to what? I have been told that it wont work with the CTSTY001.2. This only lets me controll volume and next track fron stearingwheel. 

Hoping someone have some tips. 
 

( if more info is needed plz reply and all will check it out. Sorry if i did not see another post about this issue. I have tryed to find a post but no luck )

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Konrad C    653

Can you post some photos of your actual install? I can assume you have connected a sat-nav antenna, if needed and read the manual. Quote the model you have and somebody may know. 

I just viisted the Kenwood UK site - http://www.kenwood-electronics.co.uk/car/info/support/map/ and the is advice about making sure the mapping is up to date. You will have to go to the Kenwood site of your country. Before that, make sure the units software is up to date before getting the latest mapping. You need a SD card or USB memory stick.

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LoSLucifer    0

Not shure if i did explain myself good enough in my first post. 

I want my old navigation to work again( on the top ). I do not have GPS or NAVI on my 2 DIN aftermarket player ( lower screen ). 

Thats why i need to figure out how to get the old one working with this set up :)

 

I have orderd a CTSTY001.2 Steering Stalk Control Adaptor For TOYOTA Avensis to get the controls on the stearing wheel to work again. But there is stil 2 more connections left for the navi i think that is not connected to any thing.

The Trip Information site is not showing any data at all. 

The bluethoot handsfree adapter with Toyota logo is not working either

Sorry... kind of hard to explaine. 

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Konrad C    653

Now I understand what is going on. You don't have any sat-nav in your car! When you replaced the original audio unit which had the sat-nav within, you lost that function. The Kenwood DDX4012BT does not have sat-nav! 

I downloaded the manual - http://manual.kenwood.com/en_contents/attachDownload/1000009612

Your Kenwood is an older unit and does not support sat-nav. That model is at least 6 years old!

Thanks for posting the photos, as it told me everything i needed to know.

Konrad  

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LoSLucifer    0
29 minutes ago, Konrad C said:

Now I understand what is going on. You don't have any sat-nav in your car! When you replaced the original audio unit which had the sat-nav within, you lost that function. The Kenwood DDX4012BT does not have sat-nav! 

I downloaded the manual - http://manual.kenwood.com/en_contents/attachDownload/1000009612

Your Kenwood is an older unit and does not support sat-nav. That model is at least 6 years old!

Thanks for posting the photos, as it told me everything i needed to know.

Konrad  

Yes i know that the 2DIN is old and dont have sat/NAVI.
But the old one did not either...  Look at the picture. Player with red ring. Tapeplayer and cd. The Navi unit is UNDER my seat. Last picture in my last post. 

It is just the connection that is not connected i think. im wondering about hvat kind of adaper i can use to get it to work. If any.  ( the same way as the 2connect adapter for stearingwheel control. )
 

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Konrad C    653
13 minutes ago, LoSLucifer said:

Yes i know that the 2DIN is old and dont have sat/NAVI.
But the old one did not either...  Look at the picture. Player with red ring. Tapeplayer and cd. The Navi unit is UNDER my seat. Last picture in my last post. 

It is just the connection that is not connected i think. im wondering about hvat kind of adaper i can use to get it to work. If any.  ( the same way as the 2connect adapter for stearingwheel control. )
 

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Someone will correct me, but the main brain interface of the navigation was built into the old unit. The under seat navigation navigation has no link to the screen without the old audio unit - no voice direction commands to the speaker, not link to the display showing maps.  

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LoSLucifer    0

Ok then the only solution is to bring back the old player :(  thx for replying :)

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Konrad C    653

Yes, unfortunately the old unit acts a go between the Navigation unit and the screen. 

If you want MP3 format music, you can get suitable Y cable and SD/USB adapter. The Y cable is needed if the CD changer port is in use. You need to know your audio model number and what sockets are at the back of the unit. 

If you had bought a much more recent audio unit, with built in Navigation and bluetooth, plus USB and MP3 capabilties, like the latest Kenwoods.   

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