Question about Eagle FishElite 320 GPS Receiver
Marine electronics should never be powered through an ignition switch. A sudden drop in voltage will cause it to shut off. If your boat is powered by a four stroke outboard it probably is not generating enough current to meet the demands of the engine and the electronics. Four stroke outboards generally have to run at high rpms to generate enough current to charge the battery. Old or poorly maintained batteries could also contribute to your problem.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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