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Power
#1
How do I go about getting full time power to the cigar lighter?
Can I just swop the fuse for the ,unused, slot next to it?
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#2
Not unless you wire it straight to the battery.
(With an in-line fuse, of course.)
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#3
I have thought about wiring mine up all the time with an 'auto/on' two way switch so I can have it either way, erm, yes I could use a blank switch for on. I might have a look this weekend.
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(16-08-2012, 08:28 PM)Fletch Wrote:  so I can have it either way, erm,

I've heard about people like you
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#5
I've gone from the battery, bit of a bugger finding a route for the cable though.
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#6
Where did you route it?
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