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The Garmin will tell you 'Low Battery' if its alternative power source is not available for some reason, so the battery is not being charged. Depending how the Garmin has been programmed, the display on some models will become slightly brighter when a power supply, other than its own batteries, is detected. Check for this.
It is likely that the lead you use to plug into the car is not supplying voltage to your Garmin set. If it plugs into a cigarette holder, check that the cigarette lighter works, or plug in another device to see if there is any electricity to the receptacle. Obviously ensure that the ignition switch is on. If the plug-in bit of the power cable has a light on it, check the light is illuminated. if you have a sensitive tongue, you should be able to put the end of the lead that plugs into the Garmin onto your tongue and you will feel a very slight tingle on your tongue if power is getting to the end of the lead. If not, then there is probably a break in the lead inside the plastic insulation or a problem with the supply plug.
If the plug in lead proves serviceable then you should change the batteries in Garmin as one or more may have failed and will not charge. Check for this by leaving the unit on after unplugging the external supply lead. Depending on the Garmin you have, the unit should remain functioning for at least 30 minutes. The internal batteries will degrade rapidly if the unit has not been use for some time and the batteries were not fully charged before you put it to bed.
I assume you are speaking of the car battery, and it gets drained when the ignition is turned off. Your problem is you have connected your system to the wrong power connection. Automobiles have wiring lines that supply power all the time, to other parts of your vehicle. You need to find a power connection, preferably from your fuse box, that stops supplying power when the ignition is turned off. This will also help provide a back-up fuse incase of any other problems you might incur.
The constant 12v power and the standard 12v power are mixed, all you have to do is swap these wires around (usually red and yellow) they expect this problem and will have pre cut the wires so all you have to do is unplug the red wire and plug it into the yellow wire, and plug yellow into red, so you have 2 wire half red other half yellow, this goes for all head units.
better check for the ignition coil for proper sparking or igniting of current in the comprssion chamber, check the ignition coil spark plug wire, check the spark plug, check for proper fuel supply in the flow system to Carbs, check for Ignition timing of the bike, or still you cant solve or still worried then dont worry better take the bike to nearest aurhorised Suzuki service centre for better assistance on this problem surely the problem will be solved.
Assuming that your power source is known to be live (ignition switch on?), the first suspect is the power cord, including the fuse inside the big plug. On the tip of the plug, the silver nut should be tight but the plunger in the center should move when you press it. To check the fuse, unscrew the silver nut. Take out the fuse, which looks like a glass tube with a wire inside - the wire should be unbroken. Better yet, check the fuse with an ohmeter. At the other end of the cord, disconnect and re-seat the connections to make sure they are secure. If using the suction cup mount, you'll need to unclip the unit from the mount to do this. Another possibility is a bad battery inside the unit. My C330 kept going off and on due to a bad plug/fuse assembly. When I switched to a friction mount, it came with a new power cord and the problem went away.