Question about Tomtom GPS
Can I plug TomTom in to 1996 Mondeo cigarette lighter/charger without adaptor
So long as it is a 12 volt negative ground system then yes. Plug ins are designed for cigarrette lighters in cars.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After posting my problem, I did some more browsing and came across this on the amazon webiste:
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful: Cure for not able turn on the Go 510, 16 Jun 2007 By Sirius (Essex) - See all my reviewsI like the tomtom so far the only niggle was it would not turn on once.
No troubleshooting on instructions, found cure on internet,reset button
underside. With the tomtom turned over and the card slot on top right hand
side there is a small rubber foot at the half moon shaped enterance, up at about the 10 o'clock position from the foot,but before the green circuit
board there is a small half round cut out with a hole under you need to press in this hole for a few seconds with a paper clip to reset. I wonder how many people have sent their tomtoms back that would not turn on.
Tried it & worked a treat!!! Newcastle here we come again ...
Posted on May 05, 2009
Yes, It will charge the unit but I would leave it plugged in for about 2 days if you are going to use it when it powers up. I plugged mine in immediately after purchase and used it about 20 min later. the battery should read full charge after a day or two with continued use. Enjoy it!!
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
The plugs which are used with car lighters are often very poor; compare the firmness of the seating of the lighter with your accessory plug.
The latter are often too loose to make decent contact.
Also, that plug is equipped with a fuse; unscrew the plug body and check the fuse.
I also recall someone having a failed plug on the Tomtom itself; it may be a weak point.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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