Garmin Restart Loop
Firmware Corruption in the Navigation Board can be caused by a hardware fault or a failed firmware update. Corruption can be repaired by replacing your Navigation Board. See Installation Instructions
The Garmin Restart Loop is caused by programming corruption in the Navigation Board. If this problem began with a failed firmware update and can't be fixed with an emergency update, you can replace the navigation board to fix your maps.
Or, if the Garmin Restart Loop began spontaneously, and can't be corrected with an emergency update, you can replace the navigation board to get your maps working again.
Navigation Board Replacement - a 1 hour Do-It-Yourself repair
With or Without a PayPal account
plus Priority Mail
$238 + Priority Mail
$218 + Priority Mail
$208 + Priority Mail
$198 + Priority Mail
$188 + Priority Mail
$178 + Priority Mail
$168 + Priority Mail
$158 + Priority Mail
15 day Test Drive
If this replacement Navigation Board does
not fix your problem you can return
the item within 15 days of receipt minus a return fee of $28. (see exception below)
Buyer pays for and arranges return shipping with a method that provides tracking.
After 15 days, terms of the Warranty below apply.
6 month Product Exchange from the date
of purchase for hardware failure.
If the error message Can't Unlock Maps appears on your system we will
exchange the board. Other common Garmin maps issues related to software
or firmware updates are not covered by this warranty.
Refund and Warranty offers are void if we find that programming on the Navigation
Board was broken by attempts to update firmware, maps or system apps.
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The replacement hard drives and disk-images offered on this site are
configured as recovery media to restore a licensed MyGig
system to its original working condition. In addition, application updates released by FCA US LLC are posted on this site for
MyGig owners to update the MyGig Operating System and Applications imbedded in solid-state devices as firmware.