I recently bought a 2014 honda accord touring, with less than 500 miles on it I went on a 400 hundred mile trip and the navigation screen would go dim for a while and then come back on after about 200 miles, on the way back I had no problems with it. I could not decide if I should take to the dealer or not with it working ok on the trip back. I would like you advice.

Asked by Dec 23, 2014 at 01:10 PM about the 2014 Honda Accord Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Your nav screen has auto dimming, you might want to dim it manually. Check your owners manual on how to accomplish that.. "The stick by the speedo must be turned full right, then the screens won't dim."

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At this point I'd follow Tom's instructions and just keep an eye on it. If there is something wrong with it the display will dim and brighten more often as time goes by. Then have the dealer look at it. HTH. -Jim

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