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Old 09-18-2005, 02:36 PM   #1
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and i just cant find any thing!!! someone please help!!! I busted out my volt meter and I didnt just wanna go pokein holes in all of the wires....so i did a couple with not luck... any one?!?!?! I dont want to have to install a power switch up front.
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you're not going to find any. The 2000+ doesn't have remote turn on leads. You're only going to find always-hot lines. The "turn-on" leads are actually driven by data signals, not voltage. For a remote turn-on I ended up using the positive wire for the cigarette lighter. It'* only on with the ignition and stays powered 10 minutes after your key is removed.
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you're not going to find any. The 2000+ doesn't have remote turn on leads. You're only going to find always-hot lines. The "turn-on" leads are actually driven by data signals, not voltage. For a remote turn-on I ended up using the positive wire for the cigarette lighter. It'* only on with the ignition and stays powered 10 minutes after your key is removed.
damn GM!!!!!!! alright i guess ill just use that.....the thing im usin doesnt take a lot of power so the whole stayin on 10mins wont be a problem
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