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that sounds like it was wired incorrectly, if your accessory power is 'off' (key off) the head unit should not be receiving power, and should not stay on, you might have power coming directly from the battery instead of accessory power.
I have a tomtom 920, it will say the street name to turn on if set to do so & only then if using computer voices, not human voices. Tuning the wrong direction could be its wrong or its trying to take the fast route via a highway, longer route but get there faster
Incorrect polarity between receiver and speaker will not damage receiver however unmatched impedance speakers can damage amplifier section of receiver. Please check connection cables in receiver and if receiver does not shut off in protection mode then it could be connection cable broken or some dry / cold solder joints on circuit boards in receiver. Re-soldering of cold solder joints is job of qualified tech.
I have the HT-R570 Receiver and here's what I ended up doing to use the Verizon FIOS DVR remote to turn the receiver on and off with volume control. Know that Onkyo uses 2 codes 1 for on and 1 for off so use the AUX for ON with Volume control and the DVD for OFF. (I rarely use my DVD and when I do I use the DVD remote that came with the DVD)
Use the AUX and codes 1347 or 1558 to turn the receiver on with volume control. Press AUX and OK together and release. Enter the code. it should now turn the receiver ON with volume control.
To use the DVD button to turn the Receiver OFF, you have to use the search method to capture the code. Tried every code I could find on the internet and their is no universal code for OFF and ON.) With the receiver ON, push down DVD and OK together and release (should get 2 flashes of all component keys) enter 922 and with remote pointing at the receiver press the >" (forward/pause button) then press and release the >> (fast forward button) until the receiver turns off. If you go too fast and go past it, quickly turn receiver back on (within 20 seconds) and press-release the <<(backwards button) slowly until it turns off again. Then press the OK button to store the OFF code in the DVD function button. Any questions...E-Mail me at MrBlueOcean@verizon.net Lots of Luck!
What you are describing may very well be a result of the battery going bad. The internal battery in your GPS receiver does have a limited lifespan. It is normal for the amount of operating time between charges to gradually decrease until eventually the battery pack does fail.
Unfortunately the battery does not appear to be replaceable by the user. To get the battery pack replaced you can contact Garmin directly. Their website is http://www.garmin.com.