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I have a smartnav system from traffic master i have haif installed it but there are three wires that need to be conected which are red black and blue where do they go or where do i wire them two

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I'm assuming here that these are the only wires and that you've already connected the antennas, if any.

Red should go to a constant 12 volt power source, black should go to ground(earth), and blue should go to ignition switched 12 volt power.

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