With all the new technologies and internet connections available at all hours, and the constant access to 24-hour websites, it was inevitable for cars to follow suit. And since the introduction of car radios that included DVD players, many cars are now equipped with screens. Even though having a screen in your car is very convenient, using technology also brings some concerns.
Advantages of Chevrolet Traverse’s Screen
If the LCD on the dashboard of your Chevrolet Traverse does not work any more, we will first review all the benefits that this feature can provide you. We are going to focus only on those screens that are built into cars by their manufacturers, and not those that you can purchase at auto centers. Here are things that are good and useful about having a screen in the car.
- It allows you to play multimedia content on a screen.
- You can easily follow a GPS track with a good-sized screen.
- Accessibility to many settings options for your car through the use of a screen that has an operating system built into it.
- Synchronized with your phone to receive or make calls.
- It is easy to use a screen device, as there are no buttons or knobs to use.
Complications of Chevrolet Traverse’s Screen
To help you determine what is wrong, we looked at all the different problems that might be affecting the way your car controls its functions. There are 50 possible complications that you might experience, but these are the most common.
- The Chevrolet Traverse’s screen won’t turn on: Having a problem with your car’s LCD screen is very frustrating, and if it occurs frequently you need to change the battery or replace the power supply. So, read the advice below to find the solution to your problem.
- The Chevrolet Traverse’s screen is not responding: If the screen only displays certain pages and then starts running programs that don’t allow you to exit the page, it’s probably a bug in your car’s screen operating system.
- The Chevrolet Traverse’s screen turns off and on for no reason: If it happens, you are a victim of a faulty short circuit.
How to Fix Chevrolet Traverse’s Screen
Here are some simple solutions to common screen problems like the above:
- Your screen won’t turn on at all: In these situations you’ll need to inspect the power supply side of the screen; it may be a faulty fuse, so be sure to test the fuse.
- Frozen screen: If that’s the case, it’s most probably a bug you’re having. You may need to remove/re-plug the fuses and try to start the screen again. If that fails, you could have a problem with the operating system of the screen. Make certain to call up a repairman.
- Your screen turns off and on for no reason: In a situation like this, it may happen that a circuit has been cut. Make sure all fuses are working properly and that you have all the correct connections. If you’re not able to find anything, bring your car to a professional who can help you.