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Auto shut down screen does appear when ignition is turned off

Unit stays on continuosly when car is shut down, the auto off screen never appears asking to shut unit off/leave it on. If I take unit out of it's cradle the auto off screen comes on. It's plugged into the lighter circuit?

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  • navymmcpo Nov 29, 2008

    Thanks, kinda figured that I was still getting the 12 VDC. I'll have to put a meter to the receptacle and figure it out, dam thing keeps draining battery if I forget to turn it off.

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    I have a same problem with my garmin does not shut down when i turn down the car but my car outlet working fine an it's ma cigarete lihter is off when i turn off key of my car. thx for solutions



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This is telling me that your cigarette lighter socket has +12VDC applied to it all the time EVEN when the ignition is turned OFF. This is not the fault of your Nuvi. On some cars, like Hondas, the cigarette lighter socket powers off when your ignition is turned off.

If you want it to turn off with the ignition, then you will have to power it from a +12VDC source that is controlled by the ignition.

- Jim

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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