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Toyota Sienna Service Manual: Vehicle Position Mark is not Updated

INSPECTION PROCEDURE

1 CHECK MAP DISC

CHECK MAP DISC

  1. Check that the map disc is not deformed or cracked.

OK: No deformations or cracks on map disc.

2 CHECK MAP DISPLAY

  1. Check if a touch scroll can be performed on the map display.

OK: Touch scroll can be performed

3 CHECK VEHICLE SENSOR (NAVIGATION CHECK MODE)

CHECK VEHICLE SENSOR (NAVIGATION CHECK MODE)

  1. Enter the "Navigation Check" mode (Vehicle Sensors).
  2.  While driving the vehicle, compare the "Speed" indicator to the reading on the speedometer. Check if these readings are almost equal.

OK: The readings are almost equal.

PROCEED TO NEXT CIRCUIT INSPECTION SHOWN IN PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Cursor or Map Rotates when Vehicle Stopped
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Current Position Display does not Appear
INSPECTION PROCEDURE 1 CHECK RADIO AND NAVIGATION ASSEMBLY Check if a map disc is inserted into the map disc slot. OK: A map disc is inserted 2 CHECK MAP DISC Check that the map ...

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