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    Hardwiring SatNav PSU

    alright fellas ? ...

    just lookin into hard wiring my sat nav psu as i wnt my sat nav bottom right of the windscreen but dnt wnt the wire across me !! .... basically ny1 dne it b4 ?? where did you wire into and hw hard !!! ... im looking at getting an auto closure unit (off here ;] ) so could i possibly wire in somewhere rnd there ??

    cheers for ya responses guys..

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    Remove the windscreen "A" pillar trim and run the wire to where you want it with the ciggy lighter socket under the dash. Go to halfords and but a felame ciggy lighter socket then just wire this up under the dash with the centre pin as the postive. If you can test wires look for a igniton live in the drivers kickpanel otherwise just run the wires to the orgional ciggy lighter and connect up there with black being live and brown earth at the orgional socket
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    cheers matey finally gt rnd to doing it 2day ...top notch advice !! wrks a treat so much better !!

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