Question about Garmin nuvi 260W GPS Receiver
Probably a stolen Garmin GPS. When I was living in Indianapolis last year, they were breaking into cars all thru my neighborhood just to steal GPSs. Cost me $225 to have my driver's side window replaced.
Cost me $180 to replace the Garmin and my iPod. Should've left the car unlocked and let them have it. Would've been cheaper.
No, I can't help you bud. Don't know how to clear that password. Maybe you can send it back to Garmin and they can do it.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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