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Old 07-03-2005, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default Correct Accessory Wiring

The scope of my work here doesn't encompass a monster stereo install, so I'd hope that this thread stays here.

I'm looking to do some "correct" wiring for my added accessories, namely some seat heaters, fog lights, hardwired radar detector, Basslink, and whatever else comes along. By correct, I mean clean - not hacking up the current harness, using electrical tape, vampire taps, screw cap connectors on twisted wires, and so on.

I'm trying to find some economical distribution blocks that don't have huge gauge wire terminals (some of the items I'm installing don't carry high current), and also - and this is the tough one - a block to split the low-current 12V signal that says that the car is on, which doesn't require even a moderately heavy gauge.

While I could go down to Radio Shack and score some exposed screw terminals, I'd like to do something a little more professional, but I don't want to drop an outrageous fortune on big-name, super gold, overly heavy duty items.

Anyone got some hot tips?
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