On my wife's new Clio, the Sat Nav cursor indicates that the car is about 200 yards ahead of where it actually is. This is OK when she is in familiar territory, but really confusing in a strange area, where correct directions are important.
Dealership says it's just one of those things!
Are there adjustments that can be made to re-position the cursor? Or any possible reasons for the mis-placement of the cursor?
I'd appreciate any ideas! Thanks
Not sure if this thread belongs here - so apologies if not!
The position can be "pulled" if you are only seeing satellites that are near the horizon. I would suggest that you go to a place that has a clear view of the sky , the top of a hill for example, stop and then check your position. If it is still out then complain.
As a rule of thumb any satellite that is less than 5 degrees elevation from you should not be included in the position calculation.