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Old 28 Jan 2008, 07:31 pm
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Default Acura Mdx???

there is a way to look at traffic rports of nav screen for 2008 acrua mdx, but how do u do it?
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 07:46 pm
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I would suggest calling the dealer or checking your Owner's Manual.
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 08:01 pm
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We got an RDX, and neighbors got an MDX. I am 95% sure that the free XM subscription does not comes with Navtraffic. If it did, it would be obvious.
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Old 28 Jan 2008, 08:16 pm
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Look in your maintenance journal under AcuraLink it Provides direct communication between the vehicle and the Acura server. It works through XM Satellite Radio and in conjunction with the vehicle's navigation, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, and audio systems to send and receive several kinds of messages.AcuraLink comes ONLY in MDX vehicles equipped with Technology and Sport Packages. (It is not available in Alaska and Hawaii.)
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