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RXP GTN 750 and TBM900

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I cannot get the GTN750 to integrate consistently with the TBM900. not sure if I have a settings problem but I have tried a lot of different combinations. At some point it switches from GPS#1 to GPS#2.  It also does not consistently work with the Nav mode. GTN 750 works fine with C172 stock model.  Does anyone have experience with the GTN70 and Plane TBM900, which comes stock with a G1000. 

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Same problem here.  But, it doesn't look like this topic is going to get much attention.


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Hi,

the G1000 is most likely trying to grab and keep control because it is a device which integrates a GPS. Therefore, unless the 3rd party aircraft vendor provides an official integration which would 'share' the GPS navigation capabilities between their G1000 and our GTN, there is a great chance using both at the same time won't produce expected results.

You might want to grab other customers attention to this topic in the 3rd party vendor aircraft forum?


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