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MOPAR Rec navigation hidden menu

Rec navigation hidden menu in MOPAR cars gives you access to lots of useful data and tests. Diagnose your GPS system, test LCD screen, calibrate tyre size, customize user interface colors and much more in your Dodge, Chrysler or Jeep with REC Navigation system.


Performing this procedure may cause permanent damage to your car.
Do this at your own risk!
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MOPAR Rec navigation hidden menu procedure

  1. Turn the navigation on.
  2. Press NAV button under the display.
  3. Press and hold buttons 2, 6, CANCEL.
  4. Release when “Self Diagnostics Item” appears on the screen.
  5. Use joystick on the right, ENTER and CANCEL buttons to navigate through the menu.

MOPAR Rec navigation hidden menu description

  • System Links
  • Display Check
    • RGB Color
    • Gray Tones
    • White Raster
    • Red Raster
    • Blue Raster
    • Test Pattern
    • Screen Adjustment
    • Black Raster
    • Green Raster
  • Unit Check
    • GPS
      • Connection
      • Number of Satellites
      • Latitude
      • Longitude
      • Time
    • Car Status
      • VSP
      • Reverse
      • ACC
      • ILL
      • Parking Brake
    • Navi ECU
      • Flash IPL
      • Flash Application
      • RAM
      • VRAM Overlay
      • VRAM Base
      • Model
    • Button Check
    • Debug
    • Voice Test
  • Tire Calibrate
    • Auto Tuning
    • Tire-Cal Tuning
  • Yaw Rate
    • Offset
    • Sensor
    • CCW Cal Factor
    • CW Cal Factor
  • Vehicle Position
  • Cursor Position
  • Color Change
  • Version Info
    • Audio uCom Ver No
    • IP uCom Ver No
    • CD Mech uCom Ver No
    • DVD Mech uCom Ver No
    • Navi Application Ver No
    • navi Database Ver No
  • Toggle IPD Route Visibility

6 thoughts on “MOPAR Rec navigation hidden menu

  • Hello, my nav display says insert nav CD. The disc is in how do I get rid of this message. I tried the above steps but it does not do anything. Your help would be greatly appreciated

    • Please check if your disc is OK (not scratched or dirty). You Cd drive could also be defective.

  • Hi, I think I have a shortage because my whole screen goes black, but I can still use the volume and to turn it off. Is that fixable, instead of buying a new one?

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