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Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

Sorry - meant to post in the WK2, not the SRT8 forum:
Have a 2012 Overland with 730N RHR System. Maybe I'm just missing something, but can you have the NAV (Map) active, and turn off the Radio? Or do you just have to turn the volume all the way down if you do not want the Radio on? Thanks.
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Re: Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

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Sorry - meant to post in the WK2, not the SRT8 forum:
Have a 2012 Overland with 730N RHR System. Maybe I'm just missing something, but can you have the NAV (Map) active, and turn off the Radio? Or do you just have to turn the volume all the way down if you do not want the Radio on? Thanks.
It's kind of a puzzling setup . . . I've had a few vehicles with built-in nav units and never encountered this before. I think the only option is to select an auxiliary source that's not hooked up to anything. That works, though it's not exactly a technologically elegant solution.
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Re: Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

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It's kind of a puzzling setup . . . I've had a few vehicles with built-in nav units and never encountered this before. I think the only option is to select an auxiliary source that's not hooked up to anything. That works, though it's not exactly a technologically elegant solution.
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Re: Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

Or just turn down the volume all the way for the radio? Switch to nav screen and BAM you have it? Lol might be what you're looking for don't know.
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Re: Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

Yes, I know that turning down the volume to 0 works, but seems to me that radio off should be built it. Thanks to all for the help.
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Re: Nav On, Radio Off - Possible?

Pause the audio sorce switch to nav.
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