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Old 16-05-2021, 12:10 PM   #1
bb_zetec
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Default FGII Sat Nav Update Query

G'Day FADI/ASL,

I've got a FGMKII with the Factory Sat NAV ICC.

I'd like to do the map upgrade you have available, with these maps are they upgradeable in the future ourselves or do we need to send the ICC screen every time for a future upgrade?

Also if i send in my unit do i get the same one back?

Cheers,

Bernie
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2012 FG MKII XR6 Limited Edition Ute
- Kinetic Blue
- Leather Trim
- 6 Speed Manual
- 18" FGX XR Rims

1966 Mustang Convertible - Wimbledon White
- 289ci Windsor
- C4 Auto
- Power Hydraulic Roof / Factory AC

Previous Fords:
- 1984 XF Fairmont Ghia - Olympic Gold
- 1987 XF S Pak - White
- 1994 ED Falcon Classic V8 - Polynesian Green
- 1999 AU1 Falcon S - Hot Chilli Red
- 2009 LV Focus Zetec 5sp Manual - Black Sapphire
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Old 17-05-2021, 01:02 PM   #2
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Default Re: FGII Sat Nav Update Query

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G'Day FADI/ASL,

I've got a FGMKII with the Factory Sat NAV ICC.

I'd like to do the map upgrade you have available, with these maps are they upgradeable in the future ourselves or do we need to send the ICC screen every time for a future upgrade?

Also if i send in my unit do i get the same one back?

Cheers,

Bernie
Hi Bernie

yes you wil lneed to send us your screen for every update when you require one

yes you will receive the same screen back with 2021 maps

Regards

fadi75
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Old 17-05-2021, 03:41 PM   #3
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Default Re: FGII Sat Nav Update Query

Thanks FADI.

I will arrange to get it done when i get back home to the car.

Cheers

BB
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2012 FG MKII XR6 Limited Edition Ute
- Kinetic Blue
- Leather Trim
- 6 Speed Manual
- 18" FGX XR Rims

1966 Mustang Convertible - Wimbledon White
- 289ci Windsor
- C4 Auto
- Power Hydraulic Roof / Factory AC

Previous Fords:
- 1984 XF Fairmont Ghia - Olympic Gold
- 1987 XF S Pak - White
- 1994 ED Falcon Classic V8 - Polynesian Green
- 1999 AU1 Falcon S - Hot Chilli Red
- 2009 LV Focus Zetec 5sp Manual - Black Sapphire
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