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    chris_elevate's Car Details
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    Hi,

    I've bought one of these http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ADD-CIRCUIT-FU...item3a5bffa0ae in order to wire in a brodit phone kit to my car.

    Here are the photos of what I'm working with...



    and a close up....

    http://www.glowfoto.com/static_image.../img5/glowfoto

    How do I go about connecting these two wires?

    The label on the phone charger says 'CAUTION! For polarity reverse protection purpose please read below carefully before using: White wire "-", Red wire "+"'

    Thanks for your help.
     
     

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    Not sure what exactly you trying to do , but usually the RED it's a + and the other one it's a - ground.
    I guess , what the intended purpose of this kit it's to replace one of your fuses with this 2xfuse holder.
    One fuse will be your original and the second one it's for the kit itself.

    Add the white to the ground , and the red to the output from the fuse holder.
    If you need constant power for this , find a fuse that has constant 12v when no ignition , if you need ignition , replace one of the 10amps fuses that get 12v when ignition on.
    /// 325i E30 \\\ - Forever thank TheEnd ! Helped me EVERY single time !
     
     

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    connect the red wire into the choclate block, with the red wire

    and the white wire will go to your ground
     
     

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