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can the navigation system in the 2015 350 ford trucks be programmed to a rv or truck weight and height route i hall a 5 wheel 13'6" in height this would be a big help for fueling and low bridge clearance . any information on this would be great hoping someone has some answers thanks in advance
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Not aware of any way to program the nav for low bridges. You might need a gps for truckers if you need this feature.
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I have only figured out how to avoid tolls.

I use a rand McNally rv gps when I have the 5er.

Sure would be nice just to use the onboard nav for towing but I don't see it as a feature to use for that purpose.

Unloaded it works great.
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thanks guys i will continue to look for a upgrade but there is very little information on this system . new york state has a program to do a pre trip on over size over weight nysdot for pc viewing that is very nice .
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i guess after allot of looking around next question can a truck gps be plugged into the system and used or software from someone be loaded . please help i hope i didn't spend 800.00 on a 300.00 dollar gps that isn't going to do the job
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Here is the ford website:
Ford - F-350 Super Duty - 2013 - Ford Map Update -

I have not found anyway to program it for RV's
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i found a site called ford sync forum but gave me every answer but what i needed lots of upgrades for old systems and sd cards for some models nothing for trucks still looking ?
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