Question about Garmin GPS
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.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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