Question about Leviton Antenna splitter
I bought an antenna for the car, which can be installed inside the car. The antenna has a ground wire, connection to the radio and 12v power supply wire (for the LED on the antenna). How can i safely attach the 12V to the car fuse box without draining the car battery. The LED (light) should only come on when the car turns on and should turn off when the turns. Any ideas?
If it is led it most likely is a low volt and very low amps. you can go behind the radio and find the switched wire using a test light when you turn on car the test light will light you want to use this wire and splice it in using the blue scissor type splicers no cutting or soldering required. This wire will be close to the black and red wire going into radio. Possibly a red wire as well if there are two red wires one might be switched and one always on for retaining clock or radio stations in memory.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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