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Sinds kort rijd ik in een Kia Opirus, een buiten beentje in de Kia-historie, maar een prima auto. Ik heb een vraag over de destijds door de importeur ingebouwd navigatiesysteem. Is het mogelijk m.b.v. een nog verkrijgbaar infoscherm de oorspronkelijke functionaliteit terug te krijgen. M.a.w. zijn de oorspronkelijke connectoren nog aanwezig?

Ik heb deze vraag al neergelegd bij Kia Nederland, maar zij kunnen niets terug vinden over deze upgrade vanaf de importeur.

Het systeem dat in de Opirus zit is een Pioneer 9DVD met separaat scherm. DE navigatie dateerd uit 2007 en is niet meer up te daten. Is gezien het gebruik van de smartphone natuurlijk ook niet nodig. Vandaar dat ik het systeem terug wil brengen naar het oorspronkelijke infodisplay.

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daar is maar 1 manier om achter te komen en dat is om het even te demonteren en te kijken wat er nog wel en niet orgineel is 

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