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Hi, Check the fuses. On most cars and trucks the door locks and electric windows and mirrors are on 1 curcuit and 1 fuse so check those fuses. Also check the wires that they are not frayed or cut.
They can cause a short in the curcuit. Good luck.
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First, check the car's power receptacle by plugging in another device that definitely works (or take your gps to another car). Cars generally have a fuse associated with the receptacle that can blow. The second most likely problem is that the internal battery inside the c330 has died. This is especially likely if the unit is old (more than 1 year) and if you live in a climate with extreme heat or cold (which reduces battery life). This video shows how to replace the battery:
produced the video sells a kit which includes the battery and tools
necessary to replace the battery yourself. See:http://www.newpower99.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=GARMIN+STREETPILOT+C330&Show=ExtInfoI swapped the battery of my brother's dying GPS using the
aforementioned kit and all went well. His Garmin is back up and running
smoothly. Hope this helps.
If the unit is over about a year old or has lived off of the charger most of the time (never using the battery) then your problem is pretty much going to be a dead battery. A replacment battery (3rd party) is $15-$25 and is fairly simple to replace. Most GPS's don't run when the battery dies and you have what appears to be a dead gps.
You can also have a internal hardware issue with the board or charge circuit or a fuse. None of that is something you can typically fix at home. You should check with Garmin to see if you have any warrenty (think is only 1 year on this one) to get it fixed. If not they have a exchange refurbish fee that you send it in no matter how bad it has been mutilated, pay a fee and they send you back a new or refurbished unit. Keep in mind what a new unit is worth when looking at repairs etc as it can get close to what you will pay for a new one.
There is nothing unique to Garmins wiring so an ethernet cable should work. I think it's a crossover but I did it a year ago so I could be mistaken. It's possible that the cable isn't fully connecting because they have added that big knurled screw on part to make it water proof. I had a problem with a Raymarine recently and it turned out to be a defective cable. If you purchase Garmin's connector it comes with instructions on how to assemble. You need a special crimping tool. I bought mine from Radio Shack for @ $40. You could probably save money by buying 2 connectors and cutting the ends off your ethernet cables.