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    Road Angel Hardwiring

    I have no EKTA cd so if anyone can help...I have just got a new style Road Angel and want to hardwire it in to the car rather than use the ciggy lighter. Is there an easy electrical feed pickup I can use? Something behind the fuses on the end of the dash assembly?

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    Re: Road Angel Hardwiring

    This is for the TT but imagine the principle is the same, if not, only trying to help!

    http://www.kevin-st.co.uk/tt/road_angel/index.htm

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    Re: Road Angel Hardwiring

    take off the drivers undertray and you will find a relay plate on the bottom of the plate is some ignition lives and permanent lives, take your pick!

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    Re: Road Angel Hardwiring

    I used the ignition on feed to the head unit, or you can pick it up on the fusebox. Look for Radio (S-Kont) fuse.

 

 

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