Question about GPS
The battery is replaceable. Batteryship.com sells a battery for around 27 or 28 dollars and a 7 dollar kit. There are two small torq screws that can be removed with the screw driver provided in the kit. The plastic tool provided in the kit is used to pry open the the back cover after the two screws are removed. removing the cover takes some force after you can get your fingers in to pull it apart. Once the cover comes loose remove the wires attached to the Garmin from the battery and the speaker. Notice how the small plastic ends fit in from the battery and the speaker to make certain that the small ends go in correctly. The battery is secured with a sticky tape and has to be muscled out of the unit. The new battery can be secured with double sticky back tape or some of the saved tape from the old battery. Secure the back and replace the small screws and your in business. The battery requires charging. Good luck it worked for me and I'm an all thumbs guy
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
NewPower99.com sells a battery kit which comes with video instructions on replacing the battery, tools, and a new battery. It worked great for me.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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