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Wonky infotainment system...

Sep 8, 2022
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So I have been just dealing with a laggy google system for a couple months. From start it could take a few or up to 10 minutes to actually boot up to be usable with inputting destinations, etc., which was worse if I did multiple starts and stops in succession, like running into store or day care drop-off (oddly if I had remote started from the app, it seemed to be loaded fine). Now, after it acting extra buggy, when I got to my destination the 360 camera is no longer working (regular backup cameras works, but the 360 option does not pop up and is not available to be selected).

Wondering if anyone has had something similar, and if I should try just disconnecting the battery for a few, or if this is a dealership kind of thing :cautious:
Well that sucks. Can't hurt to try a battery disconnect, if that doesn't work it might be dealer time.

Just remember the alarm goes off when you hook the battery back up; scares the eff out of me every time.
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