Question about Car Audio & Video
I a trying to install UHF radio
You can take feed from the back of your fuse panel identify which fuse has 12 volt when you turn on the key , or usually easier the cigarette lighter socket is normally switched on with the key splice into the positive wire on this. Negative your set directly to the car chassis make sure you have an inline fuse fitted on your positive to the UHF set at least if get your wiring wrong you won't blow your set..
Posted on May 02, 2014
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