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I live in Spain and I am new to the forum and would like to comment on a problem I have to see if I can find a solution. A month ago I installed the original navigation system in the car (the parts I bought in the U.S.) but the phone did not work because (I was told at the dealership) to the positioning unit had no slot to insert the SIM card . I attached some pictures so you can see the drive that you got for someone to tell me what kind of unity is this, have a phone but no card, I do not know if you have bluetooth. In the official service despite being an original component can not tell me what type of unit is, or how the phone, only know the unit that carries the card. I need your invaluable assistance to find an answer.

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Can't really comment too much as I don't have experience of the factory satnav, but one of your problems is where you sourced your parts.

I believe America did not have a built in sim card reader option
 

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Can't really comment too much as I don't have experience of the factory satnav, but one of your problems is where you sourced your parts.

I believe America did not have a built in sim card reader option
If the United States there is no SIM card, how your system works in America?
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If the United States there is no SIM card, how your system works in America?
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I'm actually in the UK, but I believe that onboard telephone was not an option in the US, something to do with their ONSTAR system I think.

You may find some useful information in the Tel 1 research section of the Saab 9³ SS/CV/SC FAQ, Past Stickies & more sticky, it's in post #3.

sorry I can't be more helpful, but I don't have personal experience of factory telephone or navigation.

P.s. I'm assuming your car is a 2006 pre dash facelift and not the 2007 onwards with the GM headunit.
 

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I'm actually in the UK, but I believe that onboard telephone was not an option in the US, something to do with their ONSTAR system I think.

You may find some useful information in the Tel 1 research section of the Saab 9³ SS/CV/SC FAQ, Past Stickies & more sticky, it's in post #3.

sorry I can't be more helpful, but I don't have personal experience of factory telephone or navigation.

P.s. I'm assuming your car is a 2006 pre dash facelift and not the 2007 onwards with the GM headunit.
I have consulted the EPC (electronic parts catalog) and says nothing about this type of unit positioning. It's hard to find some light on this issue.
My car is a Saab 93 Aero V6 CV '05.
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