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This is a discussion on Radar Detector Hardwiring within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey folks! i managed to get my detector hardwired and i made a nifty little tech for you. http://www.velozt.com/html/tech_index_in.html this ...

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    Radar Detector Hardwiring

    hey folks! i managed to get my detector hardwired and i made a nifty little tech for you.

    http://www.velozt.com/html/tech_index_in.html

    this procedure takes you into removing the a-pillar cover and knee bolster to get to the main fuse panel behind the change tray.

    comments - suggestions - corrections welcomed.

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    cool, thanks for the info. i think about lots of things to hardwire but never really knew how
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    We also have another How-to in the Tutorial section. It isn't quite as involved as removing the a-pillar and whatnot. More options are better!

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    Detector Hardwire Advice

    Here is another one:

    Hardwire Description

    It took me about two hours to do this properly and that included testing the wires to confirm voltage, etc.

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    thanks.

    this is the other version i was looking for. i saw it previously but lost the link.



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