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Old 10-13-2021, 06:25 AM   #1
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Ha! I bet he wants to know how to eliminate the nagging voice that says “Speed warning” whenever you exceed the speed limit.

I found the means to eliminate it but can’t remember how I did it. To the best of my recollection, It’s a setting somewhere in the nav system.
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Old 10-13-2021, 03:11 PM   #5
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When it says that, Turn your volume knob down. It will get rid of thhat annoying sound. What will happen is when you go over the speed limit, your radio will cut out and come back on but you won't hear that sound telling you!
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I have turned mine off. It's in the nav settings menu.



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Sometime thats the only voice I have to keep me company. And I have quite a few responses depending on the situation. On a recent solo run to Arcata and back we spoke often.
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Yeah you go 2 mph over and she won't leave you alone! Turn the volume down then can't listen to radio. I turned it off but then the Nav voice doesn't chime in if you want it to. I turned it off finally.
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Speed warning.
"Speed kills".
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If you want to ask a question ask one. Sheesh, this seems simple enough.


Assuming you have an Xite system in your Newmar do us all a favor and click on menu then settings, then nav and disable the Speed Warnings you are passively aggressively asking about.
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Speed warning.
:An admonition that your rate of travel is in excess of the pre-determined parameters.
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The first time I heard mine say "Speed Warning", I thought that it sounded close enough to "Good Morning" to warrant a response. So now I answer it by saying "Good Morning to you too!". The warning comes in handy when the speed limit changes to a lower limit. I slow down when I hear it and double check my speed. I thought that it was coming from my Garmin RV 780 GPS.
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Why do you want to speed in a large motorhome?

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