Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Radar Detectors.
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Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Radar Detectors.



( This is the LAST post for Radar Detectors !!!!!  Bruce Benson, current moderator )

Please let this post through do to incorrect information given in the  
last post for the Delorean radar detector.

This was not true when i bought mine for the Delorean and it still is  
not true, you do not need to purchase anything extra to hard wire this  
into your Delorean.

The Valentine1 comes with 2 power sources. 1 plugs into your cigarette  
lighter and the other can be hard wired in your car. see here  
http://www.valentine1.com/Moreinfo/pdf/installation_pg19.pdf

This is what is included in the Valentine1 radar detector.  
http://www.valentine1.com/Moreinfo/pdf/whats_included_pg3.pdf

When i start my car the radar detector turns on also.

There is no such thing as a remote console that valentine1 makes, they  
have a concealed display. See here  
http://www.valentine1.com/Moreinfo/pdf/ 
installation_concealed%20display_pg21.pdf

The concealed display is only needed if you do not want the radar  
detector to blink and flash so others behind you can see it.

I believe this is the best radar detector for my Delorean.

Mark V




On Aug 23, 2005, at 6:30 PM, David Teitelbaum wrote:

> To get the Valentine 1 to be wired into the car you need to purchase
> the remote console. It comes with a wiring harness that you can use to
> directly wire it into the car and not use the cigarette lighter. You
> can run the wire under the center headliner to the rear and come down
> the right side by the fuse block. It doesn't draw much currect so you
> can tap into any circuit that is on when the ignition key is on. You
> do not have to remove the headliner, it can be fished through, but
> taking the headliner down is no big deal. Alternately you can just
> tuck the wire under the front edge of the headliner and come down the
> "A" pillar and go under the dash. The object is to keep the unit as
> high as you can on the windshield and as close to the center as you
> can. You can make up a metal bracket to hold it up and attach it to
> the fiberglass above the rear view mirror behind the headliner.
> Remember, the unit has to have a clear look ahead AND behind. Don't
> get tempted to hang it onto the rear view mirror, you will just pull
> it off eventually.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757
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