KIA/Hyundai Map Updates $100/$76 OFF
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- May 31, 2015
The process is that after you order they send you an USB drive for which you then need to get an activation code from their website (currently not working for activations) or via telephone. The USB drive is useless without the activation code. They'll ask you for the order number, vehicle VIN, as well as the device ID, which is unique to each navigation unit and found on its System Info screen.
They seem to be having some difficulties at the moment with portions of their website, so I'm not sure if you'll be able to order today, but I was told that they're working on restoring service when I phoned in to get an authentication code generated for my vehicle.
I realize that paying to update maps on an OEM navigation system is anathema to many of you, and that there are discrete GPS units available with free lifetime map updates and of the existence of smartphones, Google Maps, Nokia Here, etc. This post is specifically tailored to KIA and Hyundai owners who want updated maps on their in-dash navigation system. Full stop.
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