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I got an email about a sale they are running on the GM nav update disks. They are $60 off with free shipping currently and until October 16th.

The email states its only available for 2014-2015 Silverado, Tahoe and Colorado vehicles, but I looked it up for 2017 and 2018 trucks and it still showed the sale price.

https://gmnavdisc.navigation.com/home/en_US/GMNA/USD
 

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It seems like they have this sale every year, probably about the time the new one is going to roll out.
I have a feeling there may be only 1 or 2 more updates before they stop supporting our systems. If you look, the new systems started being used in 2014 so the older systems like in 2013 had the last update in 2016. The new systems came out in 2019 so 2021 or 2022 may be the end of support on our older 2014- some 2019 trucks.
 

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I was just looking at install instructions; Vehicle in park (do not drive it), engine running until completed. approx. 50 min's.
 

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Yep. It took a looong time last year when I updated mine.
 

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I drove mine. I started it with the key on, engine off, let it go for a bit then fired it up and drove home and let it run until it was done. It loads the initial screen then pops up and says "you may drive vehicle"
 

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Yea I know, old thread, but I just bought the 2022 update for my truck. $99 and free shipping until 12/31/21.

I wish they would just let you download the update and put it on a USB drive yourself. I guess they are worried some numbnuts would screw it up somehow.
 
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