So what I'm hearing is for $35 it may "boot up", activate/install nav. If it works, my Spider will likely lock it with no new updated roads (not the worst thing as that's the way my 2013 expedition is, haven't paid for updates). Worst case, it doesn't recognize and I can send it back unscathed. Even if it doesn't update, I won't send it back. Just looking for some modicum of directions 😃Normally I would agree, as I buy way too much stuff off Amazon. But in the case of a nav card, I could only envision a return being honored if a person tried the card and it simply wouldn't be recognized by the car itself. At that point, it's still able to be resold for use in another vehicle.
Buit if it did work in the car, it wouldn't be recognized by the Toolbox app until it's been VIN locked, and once you do that, the card would be unusable by anyone else. So would Amazon still process a return on something like that? It would be like trying to return a used engine part, but worse. At least an engine part could potentially be cleaned up, resold, and functional in another vehicle. But our nav cards... once VIN locked to our vehicle become completely unusable in any other vehicle.
Either way, even if it couldn't be returned, it's not a significant cash outlay. If it works great. If it doesn't, worst case scenario you're out forty or fifty bucks.