Mike921921

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Got it all installed today, I just cant get all of the spacing inside the dash to work out. With the Sirius XM tuner and the video module, plus that huge OEM connector, it is all fat. I got the top two screws in but am off with the bottom two, gonna play with it tomorrow. Everything works, although I have not been able to verify if the satellite radio works or not...thank you for your input.
I stuffed my video module in the upper right, it bends the HDMI cable 90deg, but it hasn't been a problem yet. Some stuff it on the lower left. It's important to offload as much as you can left and right before pushing it in. I also pulled some connectors to the front of the unit - every little bit helps.





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Got it all installed today, I just cant get all of the spacing inside the dash to work out. With the Sirius XM tuner and the video module, plus that huge OEM connector, it is all fat. I got the top two screws in but am off with the bottom two, gonna play with it tomorrow. Everything works, although I have not been able to verify if the satellite radio works or not...thank you for your input.
Yes it's a tight squeeze ! My XM tuner is pushed behind glove box and the PAC module is pushed upper right side defroster. Take your time it all fits.
 

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Has anyone used the NAV off road? I’m wondering if it has maps preinstalled or do/can you download and add them?
 

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Has anyone used the NAV off road? I’m wondering if it has maps preinstalled or do/can you download and add them?
The maps are pre-installed. It appears adding some may be possible from the Naviextras web site, but I can't get mine to update (won't recognize the device, although the Heigh10 is supported), so adding isn't possible for me at the moment.
 

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Has anyone used the NAV off road? I’m wondering if it has maps preinstalled or do/can you download and add them?
I believe you have to buy the iGo Navigation Sd Card, it cost about $150 on amazon, and it uses only GPS, so you don't have to rely on any cell service. Downloading an app is great as long as you can hotspot your phone to your Heigh10, and have cell signal, but of you get off the beaten path that's where the Heigh10's iGo Navigation would shine. I will give it a try when I get mine installed and let you all know how it works out.
 

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So, my Heigh10 arrived, and I was able to get it installed, after wrassling with the wires on the back of the brain, yeah that stuff doesn't all fit in there very well. Anyhow, the radio, well at least mine was plug and play in the sense you can plug it in, and the radio will play. Nothing is working right on this thing besides the radio, the bluetooth, and the steering wheel controls, some what. I started the install at 10am this morning, got her in and for the most part buttoned up with just enough time to head to work about 130pm. Used the iGo Navigation to get me there, the navigation rocks. The radio it's self is nice, and well worth the $850 I paid for it. The problem is the Jeep integration side. This thing is supposed to integrate seemlessly with you Jeep, and I would expect for $1700 that this would be the case, I would not have to play computer programmer/IT, as I really don't want to, that's why I paid $1600. So I got off work at 1230am, and here it is 145am and I'm updating the radio, takes about 40 minutes, not to terrible, except I have/had a trip planned tomorrow, and I'm wasting time messing with this radio, WTF? Anyhow, I'll let you all. Know if the update fixes it.
 

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Ok, Firmware updated, and viola, now it works as intended. I still have to finish writing up my front camera, just a $15 amazon unit, but over all she in and done. I will say the user interface is very very easy to use, and the again the radio is nice a one. Overall, now that it's working as intended, I am very happy with my purchase.
 

Mike921921

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So, my Heigh10 arrived, and I was able to get it installed, after wrassling with the wires on the back of the brain, yeah that stuff doesn't all fit in there very well. Anyhow, the radio, well at least mine was plug and play in the sense you can plug it in, and the radio will play. Nothing is working right on this thing besides the radio, the bluetooth, and the steering wheel controls, some what. I started the install at 10am this morning, got her in and for the most part buttoned up with just enough time to head to work about 130pm. Used the iGo Navigation to get me there, the navigation rocks. The radio it's self is nice, and well worth the $850 I paid for it. The problem is the Jeep integration side. This thing is supposed to integrate seemlessly with you Jeep, and I would expect for $1700 that this would be the case, I would not have to play computer programmer/IT, as I really don't want to, that's why I paid $1600. So I got off work at 1230am, and here it is 145am and I'm updating the radio, takes about 40 minutes, not to terrible, except I have/had a trip planned tomorrow, and I'm wasting time messing with this radio, WTF? Anyhow, I'll let you all. Know if the update fixes it.
Did you update the head end itself, one of the PAC modules, or everything? I didn't have to update any of them when I installed and all the Jeep stuff worked fine (unit was purchased in Nov. 2020).
 

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Did you update the head end itself, one of the PAC modules, or everything? I didn't have to update any of them when I installed and all the Jeep stuff worked fine (unit was purchased in Nov. 2020).
All I had to update was the Firmware in the head unit, it was dated 04/19, it was very old Firmware, once update the badass radio turned into the Hulk. The PAC modules are all up to date.
 

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