[DML] Re: green/white wire under dash
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[DML] Re: green/white wire under dash

What ever wire you use, why not simply test it with a mutimeter 
rather than second guessing what it does :) ??

Personally i would use the switched live going to the radio you can 
see its fed by one of the two fuses behind the centre console. That 
way you know its fed on the audio circuit.

Put an inline fuse in whereever you pick it up from matey

Kind Regards


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Alistair McCann" <pilot25dmc@...> 
> Hi all
> This is a follow-up to the post on the fm modulator.
> I bought a better ipod only one that I am going to place behind the 
> I am looking for a 12v feed that only works when the key is turned 
in the ignition as I need to 
> be sure it is off and not draining the battery when the key is out.
> I saw in other posts that there is a green/white striped wire that 
runs into the ignition cover 
> under the steering wheel that is only powered when the ignition is 
on.. is this true??  I can 
> easily splice into this wire and that should give me the power I 
> Any other advice or even a better wire to splice into would be 
> Alistair McCann
> Belfast.

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