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2019 Sierra Denali Ultimate. 900 miles. Truck is great. Love it. However after 2 days the Nav started acting up and now doesn't work at all. I get an error saying the SD card has been removed. SD Card is perfectly fine and in place. I've tried reseating, rebooting multiple times... nothing... I've also noticed the USB plug in the center console right next to the SD card slot does not charge anything. I'm suspecting a loose connection or bad wiring harness. I've checked the connectors directly behind the card slot and reseated them but no dice. Where does the other end go? Behind the glove box? Not trying to tear everything apart but it is annoying. Anybody got a fix? Really don't want to take it to the dealer and wait around while they figure it out if I don't have to. On a positive note as a result of this bug I've discovered Android Auto and love it. Almost better than the infotainment system itself!
Please help I have been to the dealer multiple times in the past few weeks for my 2019 Chevy Colorado. They are struggling to fix this issue and no one really knows how to fix it. It keeps saying the SD card for Navigation has been removed when it hasn't been. I have an iPhone X latest update. The bluetooth comes and goes too when the navigation does. Bluetooth for phone calls will work but music won't play and I have even tried my moms older iPhone and it still does the same thing. The dealership has replaced the SD card, the whole front USB port, and the radio system unit. It still did it today and bluetooth music comes and goes like the SD card reader error for navigation. Any one else experiencing anything on any GM cars?? I also have the latest version of the infotainment system and I'm wondering if the update messed is messing it up like some kind of bug.