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Old 01-20-2006, 05:51 PM   #11
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yes, use the cigarette lighter for your +12v power source. It turns off 10 minutes after ignition-off, regardless if a door is opened or not.
That is correct. The cigarette lighter can be configured to be hot at all times by shifting the fuse over to another position, this takes it off the ten minute time delay after ign. off.
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There is one other alternative. You could tap into the 12V+ supply going to the sunroof module, if you in fact have a sunroof. That 12V+ supply is fed directly from the RAP relay, which drops out ten minutes after ign. shut off or when any compartment door is opened. So the Satelite would operate just like the radio, power windows etc when RAP is in effect.
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