Thanks for that link.chumster said:
I always stick my Fingernail or something under the edge of the Suction Cup before pulling it off.New2Buick said:I have the Nuvi 680 and I found the round suction cup end fits very snuggly in the circle for the voltage display. I really liked this placement!
However when I went to remove it I nearly pulled off the chrome like trim around the gage (very disappointing). I'm curious to see whant this proclip holder will look like.
Good advice, but I guess I wasn't clear...It was not suctioned on to anything, I simply wedged it into the circular encasement for the voltage control…of course then you cannot see the voltage reading, but as someone mentioned in a separate thread if something is wrong with the voltage the car will tell you.rocketman said:I always stick my Fingernail or something under the edge of the Suction Cup before pulling it off.
I just recieved an email from Pro Clip and they now have a clip for the 2008 Enclave in stock item #854103jmy44 said:Does any one know where to put a Garmin C340 GPS in a 2008 Enclave. I don't like puting one on the dash.Has anyone figured a way to install?
Picts are always appreciated. Thanks.Clavedweller said:Love the look of the integrated NAV system on the Enclaves. However I’ve used Garmins for a while and I’m hooked on their car to car portability/adjustability for viewing. I found two (non windshield) locations that seem to work well for our Nuvi 660.
Similar to a prior post by New2Buick, one place is wedge the suction mount horizontally into the fuel gauge hole with the rubber side facing up and the suction lever on the bottom fully opened. (i.e.this set-up doesn’t use the suction feature for attachment). I prefer this location for driving solo since the screen and is right in front of me at instrument level and Bluetooth voice commands are picked up better. My default DIC readout is "RANGE" so the fuel guage is redundant.
The second location is centered on the dash over the analog clock and uses the suction feature of the mount. (Yes…. the Enclave cockpit design team will squirm in disbelief to hear the jewel clock would be covered by a rubber cup, but hey….practicality works for me and all I ask of it ...is to occasionally suck it up). The clock is a nice looking "bling" but also redundant given the more visible digital clock in the radio.
I had to make up a small plate that covers the clock area and clips to the vents on either side of the clock . The co-pilot loves this location and turns the GPS towards the passenger seat on long trips for checking out all the POI’s along the route and making calls.
If pic’s would be useful to anyone let me know and I’ll take a few shots & post.