Question about 2006 Yamaha Stratoliner
I mounted my TomTom GPS device to my bike and wired the leads to the bike's system by connecting the black lead to the negative battery post and the red lead to what I thought was a spare switched connector above the battery. The device powers on properly when bike's system is started, but after a long ride, battery is discharging. Any idea what I've done wrong?
I misunderstood, I thought your battery was discharging DURING the ride. Put your meter in current mode. connect one lead to the battery and one lead to your TomTom wiring while the unit is in the cradle. How much current is is drawing? Now remove the TomTom from the cradle. Is it still drawing the same amount? If not, the TomTom is drawing power even while off and that is draining your battery.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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