Question about Garmin Quest GPS Receiver
The gps looses satellite reception. Repositioning the antenna to the lowest position re-establishes the connection. Garmin will repair or replace the 3 year old unit for $99.00. Can I repair the apparent bad connection in the flip up antenna or is it worth it to have Garmin do it?
DIY is risky in this situation, besides there is 3 months warranty by Garmin on their interventions I would suggest you get it done by the professionals
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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the cheap way to fix it is to make an extended antenna
if you look in the back youll see a gold circle that is made to add an external antenna. now get some foil twist a small strand and push it in the back of the nuvi untill it hits the gold ring. just add some scotch tape to hold it and it should be good
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