Question about Tomtom GPS
On the back of the GPS there are three wire loops that stick out slightly...make sure that all three are visible and that one is not jammed back into the base of the GPS...
Also make sure that the loops spring back and forth (in and out) with spring tension on them...
check that the llop that suctions onto the window or dash is not broken and can expand when the GPS is snapped in....
I find that mine seems to be hard to attach after mounting the suction part... I have started to push the GPS onto the suction part before attaching it to the window or dash...this makes it harder to get the suction cup to hold but that is easier then trying to attach the GPS with it already on the window...
Hopefully this will help you out there...
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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