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Topic # 228630 15-Jan-2018 10:28
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Hi, Anyone knows where we could fix 'NO SD Card' problem on Nissan Leaf 2012 ?


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  Reply # 1938952 15-Jan-2018 10:51
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Try posting on nzev facebook book page.
Alternatively contact some of the high profile ev car dealers as it will cost $$.

(I assume you didn't buy from dealer as it would be their problem to fix)

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  Reply # 1938959 15-Jan-2018 11:01
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@ruki I'm sure has a solution to this.





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  Reply # 1940039 16-Jan-2018 17:33
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For the benefit of people who find this via a google search, this has been resolved in the NZ only EVowners facebook page.

$675 to have City Nissan, Northshore, Auckland to have one made for your car in japan and shipped to NZ.

If you put a aftermarket head unit in any leaf (other than the "S" spec face-lift on (late 2012 onwards)), you loose functionality.

One person is offering to ship the entire head unit from the car to a contact in japan who can program a new SD card (cost of roughly $250, plus being without a head unit while it is shipped.)

Multiple people offering to sell entire head units with matched SD cards (perhaps out of wrecked cars) for $200 - $450.


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  Reply # 1941231 17-Jan-2018 00:43
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Scott3:

 

For the benefit of people who find this via a google search, this has been resolved in the NZ only EVowners facebook page.

$675 to have City Nissan, Northshore, Auckland to have one made for your car in japan and shipped to NZ.

If you put a aftermarket head unit in any leaf (other than the "S" spec face-lift on (late 2012 onwards)), you loose functionality.

One person is offering to ship the entire head unit from the car to a contact in japan who can program a new SD card (cost of roughly $250, plus being without a head unit while it is shipped.)

Multiple people offering to sell entire head units with matched SD cards (perhaps out of wrecked cars) for $200 - $450.

 

 

Careful about those head units. They may be stolen from LEAFs elsewhere and shipped here. 





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