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We have just bought a 2000 CT 2016.  Can someone explain simply. After inserting post code. How do we save? Then, how do we retrieve and start navigation?

Mode button. How do we delete? EG mpg.

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When my car was new to me, I solved all but a few problems by reading the instructions contained in the handbooks which came with the car. The only problem I wasn't able to solve by reading the handbook was how to change a front strut assembly.. which in itself was extremely simple. 

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Well, perhaps with your superior knowledge, you could answer his questions? :wink3:

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Have you tried following the handbook as Wass suggested?

 

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Press and hold to reset trip. As above, sat nav is best explained in the handbook. 

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I used the handbook too.

 

Alternatively, see if you can find a young teenager, I'm positive they'd solve the problem intuitively :smile:.

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Not sure if I have got this right but if you want, you can start the nav after inserting postcode. Then, after its started go on menu and hit Suspend guidance or something of that effect.

It you could save it as a memory point. Or go in previous destinations

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21 hours ago, Shahpor said:

Well, perhaps with your superior knowledge, you could answer his questions? :wink3:

Not superior knowledge, just the ability to read the instruction book but thanks for the flattery anyway.:wink3:

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Not sure if I have got this right but if you want, you can start the nav after inserting postcode. Then, after its started go on menu and hit Suspend guidance or something of that effect.

It you could save it as a memory point. Or go in previous destinations

 

Exactly this.

 

 

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Just save location when you are there - I found it more easy, thank save location before you get there.

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