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Status: Working Hard On 156 Veloce 3.0 Turbo Project
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Hi All

I thought i would treat myself to a new SatNav I ended up Getting a Garmin NuviCam LMT-D
It is a very very good bit of equipment it has so many functions one of which im wondering if anyone has tried or knows anything about it.

If i get a extra small unit that connects to the diagnostics port it transmits the functions of the car as a added feature i guess much like torque on a mobile.
has anyone had one of these or read about them as i have had problems before with bluetooth obd2 devices and wouldn't buy one if similar problems are known.

If it does work it will be one hell of the in-car device , not cheap but its a cool gadget and if your in the market for a new boys toy get one

The add on is 70 and if no bad reports i will get one and report my thoughts

Ok im all ears for what ya know

Here are 2 vids about each item

All spares parts for 156 and 147 being sold that i will not be using (cheap) nothing too small ask what you want , willing to post world wide Phone 07922123242 Ask for Neil and say Mark said to phone .

Download link for Alfa 156's

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