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Hard wiring the Nuvi 660

I want to hardwire my Garmin Nuvi 660 in to the car stereo. I would preferably have the Nuvi interrupt the stereo's music for navigation and handsfree mobile phone calls.

Does anyone have the Nuvi output wiring diagram or know of a connector unit like the c550's VIB 10? I would also want to recieve the FM Traffic (the VIB 10 cuts that off).

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Re: Hard wiring the Nuvi 660

Make sure you use the proper kit for hardwiring. The Garmin DC adapter setp down the voltage from 12vdc to 5vdc. If you don't get the right kit you could fried your unit.

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use a cassette adapter. put the adapter in your car's cassette player and plug the wire into you garmin. when a command is made, it will play through your car's stereo, provided it is on the cassette mode. also, using the cassette adapter, you can play music from your nuvi if you have music loaded onto a sd card and placed in the nuvi's sd slot. the nuvi will interupt the music to give directions, then go back to playing music.

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