Hi, I've got a 2017 CX-5 that has some sort of dealer installed GPS device that I'm mostly convinced kills my car's battery after it sits for a few days. The dealer has checked the car and says it is okay, but I come home from a trip after a few days and have to jump start my car.
So, I'd like to remove this thing, but am not sure about all of the connections and was hoping someone with some knowledge might be able to help? A description run-down based on the picture:
(A) is a led with a button that connects directly to (B). I didn't get any info from the dealer on what this does - they said the car was a dealer trade and it was installed by the prior dealer, but I called them too and they said they don't install these! Who knows?
(B) is the control box. It has 4 connections: the led/button thing and three other that go into harness (C).
(C) is my biggest question as it seems to be a factory harness the way it is routed and disappears to the fusebox below, but if I were to disconnect this from box (B), I wouldn't know where they go.
(D) seems like a jumper OBD cable that would be removed, but I can't see that any of those wires other than the power and ground (E) look to connect anywhere.
Any ideas? Thanks so much for taking a look!