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Q: Where is my GPS tracker at

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My GPS is not working with my app to track my car

My car has 51701 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Your GPS is located in your navigation asse...

Your GPS is located in your navigation assembly in your dash. Depending on the app you are using, it may not be recognizing your vehicle properly. As you know, most modern vehicles now have their own LAN or local area network that operates the majority of the on-board components. I would recommend taking the car to your local Hyundai dealer to have them take a look at your navigation system to be sure it is working properly.

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