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Make sure you have several 2a fuses with you then hook your red wire to the white wire in your truck then try to make the other one spark by flicking the two together. this is the poor mans way.the proper way way is to have a decent volt meter to check each wire then hook your wires up accordingly. the other is to buy a cigarette light plug and use that. the only dissadvantage is it may pick up a lot of engine noise.If you are not going to be the sole driver of this truck I would go with the cigarette lighter.If you are the owner operator than it would be best to have a cb shop install a plug in for you then you will have no worries, and thats what you want.
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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