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Where do i connect for 12 v acc pwr and 12 v constant pwr. I'm connecting a rear seat dvd system

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Connect it to the fuse box using spades available from Radio Shack for a nominal cost.
The 12 V ACC is switchable with the ignition, and the 12 V constant is on all of the time, like from a cigarette lighter, so that memory is not lost.

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