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Where to get +12v remote turn on wire?


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Originally Posted by jdowens1 When you remove the audio module there is a connector in the back that has about ...


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Old 12-30-2011, 05:29 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Originally Posted by jdowens1 View Post
When you remove the audio module there is a connector in the back that has about 15 wires going to it. there is a grey wire with violet tracer that is going to be hot with the key in start or run position. There is also a blue wire that is the delay accessory wire so you will have 12volts with the key on and running then it will stay powered up when the key is off with the radio and when the radio shuts off so will the amp.
where might i find the audio module?






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where might i find the audio module?
In the truck!
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In the truck!
alright smartass, where is my truck?


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alright smartass, where is my truck?
Right where you left it.

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Bird, check out the following URL....

Octave 2011 FORD F150 RAPTOR DynAudio build *pic intensive* - DIYMA.com - Scientific Car Audio - Truth in Sound Quality

I think his photos are out of order, but half way down he shows a fuse box photo.
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Bird, check out the following URL....

Octave 2011 FORD F150 RAPTOR DynAudio build *pic intensive* - DIYMA.com - Scientific Car Audio - Truth in Sound Quality

I think his photos are out of order, but half way down he shows a fuse box photo.
you mean with his nav unit pulled out? that's what i'm trying to avoid...


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Ditto on dismantling. I was referring to the photo where he claims to tap into power controlled by the ignition. Maybe I read it too fast.
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no, you're right. i missed it. does anyone know what fuse this is and what type of tap that is?


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Found this - should help

ATC Add a Fuse Circuit
The ATC fuse block extension plugs into an occupied or vacant fuse slot and turns it into two circuits. Perfect for adding a circuit to an existing fuse block. Holds 2 ATC fuses. Includes an output wire for the added circuit with a butt splice on the end for easy circuit integration.


ATM Add a Fuse Circuit
The ATM fuse block extension plugs into an occupied or vacant fuse slot and turns it into two circuits. Perfect for adding a circuit to an existing fuse block. Holds 2 ATM fuses. Includes an output wire for the added circuit with a butt splice on the end for easy circuit integration.

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I bought this today. Should be easy to plug in to a fuse on my passenger side kick panel and run te wire under my door sill panel back to my amp.

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