Hey everyone new to all this but I have a 05 300c with nav 6 disc and all the other good, but for some reason when i start my car and it is cold outside the screen will come up with no problems what so ever and all will work fine for what i would say 10 mins well long enough for the car to get warm and it will turn off the controls on the wheel still work until i will kill the car and start back up if the radio comes on when the car is started the controls will work but if the screen does not come on only the volume will work on the wheel and so if it is on cd u can not change song but u can use your 1-6 buttons to change the whole cds i need to know if anyone else has this problem or a place to send my radio off and have it fixed.... Thanks!
I just can't read what you wrote. I'm sorry but punctuation defines the thought process and I'm too old to sort this out. In the mean time, pull the NAV disc and lean it then get the heat in the car up as high as you can stand it, hold there for 20-30 minutes and then open the windows.
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The problem may be a faulty connection on one of the boards that fails when the metal expands due to heat, separating the connection. When it gets cold, the metal shrinks and the connection is restored.
If this is the expansion, contraction problem with the board I just had mine repaired by Alpine Auto Sound, New Milford, NJ. email@example.com. Screen problem and CD changer Disk Read Problem repaired for $220.
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