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Old 08-27-2007, 09:33 PM   #1
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Where should I tap into power for the aeroforce gauge? I plan to install in the driver side right hand side lower vent.
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mine is tap in my consol on the traction control switch so there no power when the ign swich is off
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Use an ad-a-fuse and run it from the fuse block radio fuse
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Use an ad-a-fuse and run it from the fuse block radio fuse
(without looking at the car) I'm trying to remember if there is a under dash fuse panel, I remember the one under the seat...If its the TINY fuses, I think I'm out of luck, The parts shop only has the old school add-a-ciruit kits.
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Use an ad-a-fuse and run it from the fuse block radio fuse
(without looking at the car) I'm trying to remember if there is a under dash fuse panel, I remember the one under the seat...If its the TINY fuses, I think I'm out of luck, The parts shop only has the old school add-a-ciruit kits.
My bad. I thought you were going into the 98. Check with Pat and see where he got power for his duals.
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Pull out the radio. On the left side of the cavity you will see the ignition harness. Tap into orange or brown for an accessory line (12+ when the vehicle is on).
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Use an ad-a-fuse and run it from the fuse block radio fuse
x2 but that of course is the 97 and 99 for me.

I'd still vote something connected to the radio.
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I used the power wire from the HUD switch, it was the closest remote power wire I found.
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I used the power wire from the HUD switch, it was the closest remote power wire I found.
X2...

Guys Please remember the 00+ Bonnes are NOTHING like the earlier Generations...

the HUD wire your looking for is a Pink wire....i ran my Dual Aeroforces off the Start 1 Relay in the Rear Fuse Block....the Start 1 relay feeds the cluster, and the HUD switch for Power...its a PINK wire that runs out of the rear fuse block and then gets distributed to the various controls in the car
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