Hello... New to Forum. Please forgive.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by EZ Burris, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. EZ Burris

    EZ Burris

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    I have an older TT1 that I'm wanting to hardwire into my car. I have an old car charging unit that I've cut the cigarette lighter plug-in off and now what to directly wire the TT end into my 12v system. I have three wires, Red - Black - White. What wire is positive? What wire is ground? Can this be done and eliminate the cigarette plug-in?
    Thanking you in advance... EZ
     
    EZ Burris, Feb 13, 2017
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    Arno Moderator

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    canderson will most likely give you the correct information.
    In the meantime, bear in mind that the CLA outputs 5V.
    Shooting 14V+ into your device may be not very beneficial.

    Why don't you wire in a new socket behind the dash and leave your TomTom plugged in there.
     
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