2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

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mturner
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2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:46 am

Hi,
I have a 2012 Mustang GT Premium. It has the 8" navigation screen. I see on later models, people are changing from 5553 to 5753 to unlock address input while in motion. My mustang has 7DO-02-01 first data as 0155. I saw a option for address in motion on forscan, so I enabled it. The first data went from 0155 to 0355, but the address input still dimmed at about 5 mph. Has anyone successfully found a solution for the older mustangs like mine?

Thanks, Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by f-wolf » Mon Jul 02, 2018 4:05 am

Hi there Michael

Did some " Research " ... and found this Nr. 4153



See if that's the one that works for your Car !

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:35 am

I just tried 4153, and still having no luck. That is the only thing I changed. If there is anything I need to change in the rest of the line, or anything else I need to do, please let me know. So far, the only thing I have done successfully was the adding of a backup camera, and that was a breeze. Just changed an 80 to 90, and it worked perfect.

Thanks, Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by f-wolf » Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:47 am

Have a look at Nr 13 on the list ...

I know its not for your Car !! But see if that works ??

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... =882975515


PS ... I also found this:

http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/2 ... rscan.html

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Mon Jul 02, 2018 7:39 pm

Since 4153 didn't work, I will try 4753. I have already tried 0755 in place of 0155 and 0355, and that did nothing. I have also tried 5753. If anyone has any other ideas, please help. I do not want to use any aftermarket solution (lockpick).

Thanks, Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:58 pm

Still looking for anyone with some answers. I just updated my Sync Gen 1 to V4.6 (the latest), and I still cannot get navigation in motion to work with any changes. Have tried 5757, 4153, 4753, 5552, and several other numbers. Please help.

Thanks, Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by CC2099 » Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:29 pm

I don't know if you've solved this already or not but I might be able to provide a bit of guidance.. All of the previous suggestions appear to be related to later Sync modules and/or different vehicles that are storing values in a slightly different way.

I have a 2011 Mustang and was also interested in allowing Navigation to work while moving (so that the passenger can enter an address).

The Mustang APIM 7D0-02-01 country code is stored in the second and third byte. For example, my 7D0-02-01 values are:
0143 4100 005F

Byte 1: "01" = don't know but not part of country code
Byte 2: "43" = C
Byte 3: "41" = A
Byte 4: "00" = don't know but not part of country code

I'll bet your original values were: xx55 53xx xxxx
Why? Look at an ASCII table. Your country code is US (Assuming you're American). The HEX representation of the letter U is 55 and S is 53.

You might be able to enable navigation-in-motion by setting the country code to:
00 00 null characters or
20 20 space characters or you might try something like:
4D 58 M X (Mexico)

Just to be clear - any new country code value would be entered at Bytes 2 & 3
For example, on my car:
014D 5800 005F would set the country code to MX = Mexico

Hope this helps. I haven't tried this myself because I think changing the country code will disable Sirius. If you decide to give it a try let me know if it works! :D

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:10 pm

CC2099 wrote:
Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:29 pm
I don't know if you've solved this already or not but I might be able to provide a bit of guidance.. All of the previous suggestions appear to be related to later Sync modules and/or different vehicles that are storing values in a slightly different way.

I have a 2011 Mustang and was also interested in allowing Navigation to work while moving (so that the passenger can enter an address).

The Mustang APIM 7D0-02-01 country code is stored in the second and third byte. For example, my 7D0-02-01 values are:
0143 4100 005F

Byte 1: "01" = don't know but not part of country code
Byte 2: "43" = C
Byte 3: "41" = A
Byte 4: "00" = don't know but not part of country code

I'll bet your original values were: xx55 53xx xxxx
Why? Look at an ASCII table. Your country code is US (Assuming you're American). The HEX representation of the letter U is 55 and S is 53.

You might be able to enable navigation-in-motion by setting the country code to:
00 00 null characters or
20 20 space characters or you might try something like:
4D 58 M X (Mexico)

Just to be clear - any new country code value would be entered at Bytes 2 & 3
For example, on my car:
014D 5800 005F would set the country code to MX = Mexico

Hope this helps. I haven't tried this myself because I think changing the country code will disable Sirius. If you decide to give it a try let me know if it works! :D
I haven't checked here for a while now, just hoping that at some point someone might have the answer. I will try this and get back to you with the results. Thanks for trying to help me figure this out.

Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:21 pm

CC2099 wrote:
Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:29 pm
I don't know if you've solved this already or not but I might be able to provide a bit of guidance.. All of the previous suggestions appear to be related to later Sync modules and/or different vehicles that are storing values in a slightly different way.

I have a 2011 Mustang and was also interested in allowing Navigation to work while moving (so that the passenger can enter an address).

The Mustang APIM 7D0-02-01 country code is stored in the second and third byte. For example, my 7D0-02-01 values are:
0143 4100 005F

Byte 1: "01" = don't know but not part of country code
Byte 2: "43" = C
Byte 3: "41" = A
Byte 4: "00" = don't know but not part of country code

I'll bet your original values were: xx55 53xx xxxx
Why? Look at an ASCII table. Your country code is US (Assuming you're American). The HEX representation of the letter U is 55 and S is 53.

You might be able to enable navigation-in-motion by setting the country code to:
00 00 null characters or
20 20 space characters or you might try something like:
4D 58 M X (Mexico)

Just to be clear - any new country code value would be entered at Bytes 2 & 3
For example, on my car:
014D 5800 005F would set the country code to MX = Mexico

Hope this helps. I haven't tried this myself because I think changing the country code will disable Sirius. If you decide to give it a try let me know if it works! :D
I tried two different things, and both were unsuccessful. I tried 0100 0000, and 014D 5800. Both times the option to enter an address disappeared at 5 mph. Is there any chance that the as-built data need to be changed in another area for these years? That a country code change will not work on these years? Could you try this on your 2011 to see what happens for you and then report back? If you lose and Sirius features, at least you could change it back to stock. Maybe motion sensing could be turned off in the as-built data.

Michael

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Re: 2012 Mustang Navigation in Motion

Post by mturner » Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:20 pm

Just bumping this to see if anyone has any more ideas.

Michael

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