Re: [DML] Re: Looking for connection in Relay Compartment
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Re: [DML] Re: Looking for connection in Relay Compartment



Hi there

The unit I got is from a company based in belfast called MAPLINS they 
do lots of electrical components and some car electrics.

The unit only has 2 channels 88.1 and 89.1 both seem fine as they are 
stations that are not used in Northern Ireland, I think the closest 
station is 90.1fm....

You have to switch between the two on the unit itself but I have it 
sitting on the door lock module so it is fairly easy to get at.  I have 
it wired under the parcel shelf carpet and then behind the drivers seat 
to the ipod which I will keep on my lap.

I have it wired directly to the battery at present but I am looking 
for a better place to have the positive connection, dont want the 
battery to go flat If I forget to turn it off, I dont even know if when 
it is turned off if it uses power in any way as it does not make this 
clear in the instruction manual.

Alistair.




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