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Just wanted to share success I had with adding navigation to my 2.5 Select CX 50. I ordered the SD card linked here from Amazon to see if it would work, and sure enough, I now have fully functional integrated navigation in my car!


All you do is insert it into the SD slot inside the center armrest storage area and it loads all the maps right away. It even is fully functional with the built-in voice control and everything.

Hope this is helpful!
 

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Just wanted to share success I had with adding navigation to my 2.5 Select CX 50. I ordered the SD card linked here from Amazon to see if it would work, and sure enough, I now have fully functional integrated navigation in my car!


All you do is insert it into the SD slot inside the center armrest storage area and it loads all the maps right away. It even is fully functional with the built-in voice control and everything.

Hope this is helpful!
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Do you have the traffic on the map, coming from Sirius Travel Link? My sat. radio apears to refuse the Traffic Plus item from their Travel Link (to which I subscribed explicitly for $6/mo, but it may have been part of the trial Sirius subscription that they give us). The Sirius rep claimed, after a long chat, that my sat. radio has something disabled and that the dealer would be able to enable it for use of Traffic Plus, which sounds fishy to me. (Firmware update?)

I have TP with a navigation SD card from Amazon, which works perfectly except for the traffic info.

(I know I can use Android Auto with Google maps and traffic, but it doesn't play well with the control wheel, the native nav. is so much better.)
 

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Right, I have the speed limit and the nav. directions displayed on the HUD, but not the traffic signs. I think the traffic sign recognition is a separate option (not included on my CX50 TP) -- the camera would read the actual signs on the road, rather than using info on the SD card. The speed limit comes with the map database on the card.
 
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