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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-24-2017, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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lusso satnav question

I have just got my lusso which has come with the satnav base but no satnav .. I have a tomtom rider which I want to use as it uses the same mount and my question is ,does anyone know if the black wire that feeds up to the original Garmin base is just a 12v ignition feed ?? ,because if it is I can just adapt it to fit into my tomtom..
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Do you have a multimeter? Don't think the Lusso ever came as standard with a sat nav. The Edition 1 version did however. The sat nav mount kit is available as a optional extra. Is the sat nav mount a horizontal bar across the top of the instruments?
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Do you have a multimeter? Don't think the Lusso ever came as standard with a sat nav. The Edition 1 version did however. The sat nav mount kit is available as a optional extra. Is the sat nav mount a horizontal bar across the top of the instruments?
Yes the base is on a horizontal bar just behind screen .. So you say this is an option even on the lusso ?
and yes I could just cut it and meter it but i was just confirming , thank you

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Not sure which model Garmin came as part of the official sat nav kit, was it the Zumo 340? Once you find this out it should be possible to find the input voltage.
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As long as I know Garmin Navi used 5V ...
TomTom using 12V ...
If you follow the cable you will find a tiny box where the 12V goes to 5V.
I having a TomTom as well, I found the best connection to the 12V outlet plug on the right hand side from the engine..
I've soldered the cable to the plug. So when the engine is off, the Navi will turn off as well and vice versa...

To get the cable to the plug is very easy...

Hope that will help a little bit...

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Not sure which model Garmin came as part of the official sat nav kit, was it the Zumo 340? Once you find this out it should be possible to find the input voltage.
The optional GPS is a Garmin Zumo 390. Feed is 5V. not sure the plug in the wire harness is 12V or 5V, as there might be a transformer delivered with the GPS.

By the way, the feed for the optional GPS is under the right fairing, and it is JWRF connector with 2 pins.

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I have just been and metered the two pins on the base and as you all say it's a 5v feed ,so as Gero said i will have to run a wire to the back of the 12v aux socket on the engine side to run the tom tom .
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Are there any posts on here about removing front panels etc ?..I could probably work it out but it's alot easier with an idea of what screws and fasteners to remove and in which order to avoid breaking anything !!

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Are there any posts on here about removing front panels etc ?..I could probably work it out but it's alot easier with an idea of what screws and fasteners to remove and in which order to avoid breaking anything !!
Wokshop manuals are available on this site, in one of the posts of @Donsy, just search for it, and all information will be available there.
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