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Garmin gps 180 does not power up

Please let me know what wires need to be hooked up i connected red to power and black to ground & it does not turn on

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    I tried to hardwire my Garmin GTM 26 into my motor home, but when I cut the charger wire, I found that the positive wire was shrouded in an outer layer of copper wiring mesh. I went ahead and connected the red wire to positive and the white to negative, but there is no power flowing to the GPS. What should I do?

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Lcstryper, I'm looking at my manual and you have it wired right, red power, black ground. Manuel also says to hold button down until you hear the power tone sound.

Got a meter, check to see you have power where you hooked it up.

Seadrive Joe

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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