Question about 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
Get an inline fuse holder and run it under the dash and out a grommet on the firewall. connect it to the positive (red) connector on the batter. than with the ground (black) connect that to a screw that goes in the body somewhere. use a 14 gauge ring terminal connector on both ground and positive wire. use 15amp fuse in in line. cylindrical, atc, or mini atc will do. since it is not hooked up to an ignition source it will work when the car is off. it will only have power when engaged. don't worry about power drain.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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