How to Locate the GPS Tracking System for a Chrysler 300 Mby Tammy Bronson
The Chrysler 300 debuted in 2005. It was big, aggressive and had a Hemi V8 engine. The Chrysler 300 was a representation of what Americans were all about. It has an "M" series that features the latest electronics, including a touch screen in the console, with a Garmin navigation system preinstalled if requested. The GPS uses the most updated pixelated images and allows for touch screen use of the stereo and climate control without risking driver safety.
Open the door and slide into the Chrysler 300 M. The best way to locate the GPS system is to sit down and have a look around.
Push the key into the ignition and turn the switch to the auxiliary position. The console will light up.
Look from left to right and notice that in the middle of the dashboard is an 8.4-inch screen.
Count in from the left side of the screen eight items. The eighth item is the navigation button.
Touch your finger on the screen on top of the navigation button. You have located the GPS Tracking System for a Chrysler 300 M.
- Entering your destination in the GPS before you start driving is a safer way to drive.
Things You'll Need
- Ignition key
- Never use acetone to clean a touch screen. Acetone will cause damage to the protective coating on the glass.
Tammy Bronson has been a freelance writer since 1994. As a writer for Thompson Gale Publishing she wrote autobiographies and legal reviews. With Remilon.com Bronson wrote innovative informative articles about colleges and universities nationwide. She lives in the Greater Boston Area and has a Master of Arts degree in literature and writing from the State University of New York.