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    Default just got my V1!

    Hey guys, my brand new v1 just came in today! As i was looking through the box, i noticed there was a directiwire kit included. How am i supose to set this kit up??
    thanks

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    What's the easiest "switchd wire " to lcate that has a 12V volt ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
    A lot of people use the radio circuit...
    .. where might that be?

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    Some people will use the radio circuit, some might use a fuse tap or something like that. On my cars there is an auxiliary circuit for stuff like that.

    Hard to say wghere you should tap, each vehicle is different. If you have a wiring diagram for the stereo, you can look at the diagram to see where to tap for power.

    Jim

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    I just tap into my fusebox under the dash--Simple! you can use the radio fuse or any fuse that is switched on/off with the key

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    Default I am a Newbee as well - Just got my V1 today and it is great

    It has been a while since I have purchased a new unit and I can tell you that the V1 is very impressive. The size is not big and it appears to be a great detector. My only request would be different color LEDs which I am hoping can be modified.

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    on some cars it may be easier to run the wire directly to the car battery, this way you know you'l get a good solid power connection....

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    Not sure if this would work for you but here is something to consider ----> http://www.invisicord.com/

 

 

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