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Old 05-01-2002, 00:29   #1 (permalink)
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Question Amp Remote wire?

Where can i hook up an amp's remote wire in an AUII Falcon Forte?

I can't get to the head unit or pull it out.

I was thinking a fuse that goes off when the ignition does - aircon fan? or something like that.

Ideas? thoughts? answers?


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you could use the cig lighter
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Madxf,

Thanks for your reply!

Is there a cig lighter fuse - use that?
or get in behind the cig lighter in the dash itsef and hook it up that way?

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I think that the radio and cig lighter run of the same fuse. Just go into the fuse panel and check to see what turns on with the ignition and just use that.

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if you go to your local auto parts shop and buy the prongs that slot into the radio to pull it out, you should be able to tap into the wire which has power coming out of the unit when it is turned on, normally used to control elec arieal.

otherwise get hold of a wiring diagram, take it to an auto elec and get them to find the wire so you dont blow it up!
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Thanks

Dudes, thanks heaps

I think i might do the fuse thing

Installing this weekend, wish me luck


I'll let you know how it all goes


Fanks heaps again

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