Don't be so sure that the head unit is actually borked by this issue - the parts cannon is the goto solution in much of the automotive world. Proper diagnosis is a dying art, it seems.
Posts by Dolvaran
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Car radios crashed by station broadcasting images with no file extension
Why your external monitor looks awful on Arm-based Macs, the open source fix – and the guy who wrote it
Prince Philip, inadvertent father of the Computer Misuse Act, dies aged 99
Openreach out and hike prices on legacy fixed-line products: Broadband plumber pulls trigger after Ofcom gives the nod
Negative Trustpilot review of law firm Summerfield Browne cost aggrieved Briton £28k
Anyone who believes that a solicitor has acted improperly on their behalf has a very simple way of addressing that grievance - complain to the Law Society. Complaints are taken seriously, and if found to be valid, the implications for the solicitor in question can be serious.
And no, I don't work for TLS.
Exonerated: First subpostmasters cleared of criminal convictions in Post Office Horizon scandal
Mysterious metal monolith found in 'very remote' part of Utah
We're not getting back with Galileo, UK govt tells The Reg, as question marks sprout above its BS*
Tech ambitions said to lie at heart of Britain’s bonkers crash-and-burn Brexit plan
Anti-5G-vaxx pressure group sues Zuckerberg, Facebook, fact checkers for daring to suggest it might be wrong
'First ever' snap emerges of something vaguely resembling our solar system 300 ly away. We'll take 10 tickets
It's National Cream Tea Day and this time we end the age-old debate once and for all: How do you eat yours?
Surprise! That £339 world's first 'anti-5G' protection device is just a £5 USB drive with a nice sticker on it
Made-up murder claims, threats to kill Twitter, rants about NSA spying – anything but mention 100,000 US virus deaths, right, Mr President?
Royal Navy nuclear submarine captain rapped for letting crew throw shoreside BBQ party
Where's the best place to add Mentos to Diet Coke for the most foam? How big are the individual bubbles? Has science gone too far?
Tinfoil hat brigade switches brand allegiance to bog paper
Turnover down, losses widen and shares crash: So, business as usual at Capita
It's Terpin time: Bloke who was SIM jacked twice by Bitcoin thieves gets green light to sue telco for millions
About time some action was taken
This type of fraud is common, and has been common for years now. The Telcos don't care - or report it to the Police. The same goes for the banks who are also involved. Even where there is clear evidence of collusion between employees from both organisation types. Is that a generalisation? Yes, but it doesn't make it not true.
Is everything OK over there, Britain? Have you tried turning the UK off and on again? ISPs, financial orgs fall over in Freaky Friday of outages
So you locked your backups away for years, huh? Allow me to introduce my colleagues, Brute, Force and Ignorance
I don't recall the make of hard disk, but the PC was a 286 MOD purchase of indeterminate origin. On discovering that the disk was stuck and refusing to spin up, we discovered that a comb was just the right size to slip into a slot in the front of the disk and jemmy the thing into movement. Worked every time.
You spoke, we didn't listen: Ubiquiti says UniFi routers will beam performance data back to mothership automatically
Take DOS, stir in some Netware, add a bit of Windows and... it's ALIIIIVE!
In the red corner, Big Red, and in the blue corner... the rest of the tech industry
15 years on, Euroboffins finally work out what it took to send the Huygens Titan probe into such a spin
Google and IBM square off in Schrodinger’s catfight over quantum supremacy
From Soviet to science fiction icon, the weird life of Isaac Asimov 100 years on
Having trouble finding a job in your 40s? Study shows some bosses like job applicants... up until they see dates of birth
Lynch lied about Autonomy's accounts, rages HPE to the High Court
And DUX/Tru64 - which was dropped like a hot potato. I was on a focus group shortly after the acquisition that looked into which features should be ported from Tru64 to HPUX. The top items were remote management and the cluster file system. Interestingly, HP decided to drop the lot and go with the v1.0 product from Veritas. I never understood why.