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I fixed my wife's with a speaker from Digikey, part number 102-1564-NE (2 watt speaker, 8 ohms). If you have the guts to take it apart, then it's not too tough. I used a 0.020" thick plastic card (a credit card is 0.030 and is a little to thick) to separate the cover, a very small torx and phillips screw driver, and a soldering iron.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
To repair my Garmin Nuvi 360 with a distorted speaker on July 9, 2010, I purchased from Digi-Key (www.digikey.com) a Panasonic P10175-ND 36 mm round speaker 8 OHM 0.5W for $5.38 plus $0.43 tax and 1st class USPS shipping for a bottom line of $8.05. This speaker is ~ 1mm thinner than the original so no trimming of face pad was required. Arrived in 2 days very carefully packaged from Digi-Key -- Great Service ! The sound volume from this speaker is a bit less than the original at full volume setting however may be a plus so it isn't over driven by the Nuvi 360. The volumes is adequately audible in the car.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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