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Call me Gig.
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Contact you dealer.
 

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Vile Deplorable
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You may just want to change your home location on the nav and see if that helps. I have a 14 Ultra Limited too and I feel the nav units are the most confusing I've dealt with.
 

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Plus, you can't see the danged screen at all. I, for one, don't even know why they tried this.
 

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Weird, the nave system should know where you are and give you location.
 

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Call me Gig.
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I'm not sure but I think the OP is asking if he can change the map set from Canadian to US. Are there two different map sets?
 

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Need some guidance changing my navigation from Canada to US?
I noticed you're from Virginia. I am also from Virginia and have the bug with the navigation defaulting to Canada. I searched online and stumbled on at least one other rider that was simply riding through Virginia and suddenly had problems with his navigation defaulting to Canada. There seems to be a bug in the navigation unit when your current location is Virginia. I haven't bothered asking the dealer about it yet and holding on for a Harley software update. I noticed this will also screw up the voice recognition for navigation address requests as the system will respond with “navigation not ready, please wait”. However, if you use the touch screen to enter a destination and select “United States” and immediately back out; everything will work correctly and United States will be your default. Annoyingly, this resets to Canada when you turn the bike off/on. This only seems to affect people who are currently in Virginia. It would be nice if there was a way for owners to submit bugs to the software developer. I’ve seen riders requesting this but not sure such a thing exists yet.

I just thought of a test I can try. Since I live ~5 miles away from Maryland, I can ride into Maryland for a few miles and see if the Canada problem still exists or not. I'll let you know what I find out.
 

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I Believe if you go to gps location Nav will find you lat and long,that's how my "home"is set. A friend showed me that.
 
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