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How to disassemle garmin 4208


If you have the correct soldering equipment and have the replacement part, it shouldn't be too hard. You'll need a jewelers screw driver to get the small screws out. Use a guitar pick to pop open the case. Work it around the case until the back half separates. Clicking and popping sounds are normal. Take out the battery wires. Do NOT yank on the wires... gently grab the plug and wiggle it loose.Remove the screws holding the board to the case to expose the solder side and remove the broken power jack.

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How to hook a uniden vhf radio to a garmin 4208 for nmea operation?


Hi
I realize this question is old, but for the benefit of someone else who might have the same query, the NMEA 0183 outputs from the 4208 are the gray (+) and black (-) which go to the data in of your DSC VHF. The data OUT from your VHF connect to the white (+) and black (-) of the 4208.

If using NMEA 2000, using the second link below, start on page 10.

The installation instructions are about halfway down on the link page and can be accessed directly from the install link below if you prefer. -Steve


http://support.garmin.com/support/manuals/manuals.htm?partNo=010-00591-01&language=en&country=US


http://static.garmincdn.com/pumac/GPSMAP_4000-5000_Install_EN.pdf

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2002 yamaha 150 outboard wont shut off with key


Broken wire in loom,white wire,bad connection in loom plug,if it switches off with kill switch,then it points to ign switch

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Connections problem


Question: What are the extra wires used for on the power cable for my fishfinder?
I found this on the carmin website under questions and answers. I think your cable is ok to use according to this.
--> Answer: Not all of the wires in the harness are required for use. To connect the unit to the power source, only the black & red wires are required (black to ground, red to positive). Here are descriptions of the other wires in the harness:
  • The Blue wire is used for a NMEA data out connection to another NMEA compatible device. The fish finder outputs NMEA 0183 version 3.01. The receiving device must be compatible with this format and looking for the NEMA sentences DPT, DBT, MTM, or VHW.
  • The Brown wire is used for a NMEA data in connection to receive data from another NMEA compatible device.
  • The Yellow wire is used to connect to an external buzzer or alarm to alert you to any alarms which have been set to sound on the device. The Yellow GARMIN wire connects to the negative end of the external alarm. The positive return on the alarm will connect to the red positive wire of GARMIN.
  • The green, white, and any other colors present have no connection purpose related to your fishfinder. The 18 Pin connector wiring harness is used by several other devices which utilize these wires.
If the device is only being connected to power & do not require a NMEA interface, PC connection, or external alarm support, only the red & black wires are required.

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M402 didnt receive the gps signal transmitted by garmin 72 via nmea 2.0


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Where do all the wiring go to on the garmin 400c


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Garmin 4208


Make sure all three T-connectors are connected and that you connect the YELLOW cable to the last one. This yellow cable will need to be connected to power. Then you will get GPS link up.

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Non-Garmin GPSr


Garmin software will only work with Garmin hardware. Garmin does not use the standard NEMA protocol for GPS output, but their own. Also their software is tied to their hardware by a unit id, which require an unlock code in order for the maps to function.

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No guage screen on my garmin 4208


Need more info:

Is your Garmin hooked up to your engine's computer via an NMEA 2000 data cable?

The gauge option will not appear in the menu if the GPS does not recognise the data coming from your engine. (If you turn on the GPS simulator, you should see the gauges on that screen.)

There are 3 possible reasons that the gauges do not appear in the menu:

1) improper wiring between engine and gauges.

2) GPS has not been set up to receive data in the GPS's NMEA setup menu.

3) Engine has not been set up to send NMEA data.

This is a relatively new feature that only works on newer engines that are NMEA 2000 capable, such as Volvo and Evinrude Etec.  The engines usually need an optional instrument package to make use of the NMEA 2000 system.

We're just scratching the surface here, please reply with any questions.

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