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Any idea of a way i can use an ear piece with a Garmin Quest

As above + i've just got a new Garmin Quest, like to use on my Motor bike (BMW with power take off plug) any way i can wire in an earpiece for directions??

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Hi all,

the way i over came this problem was to use the unit in the same as a car,simply fix and wire up a female cigarette socket,plug the unit in,in the same way on your dash / fixing point ,then part the speaker and solder a female plug for your ear plugs,you can get all of these parts,@ any good electronic store,and a soldering iron from B&Q,dont forget to fix your unit in some way ,so it doesn't jump out of it's holder, Good luck

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