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Trip wire for my stereo
Posted by walker1987 on 02-08-2012 01:00 AM:
Hey folks. I'm going to be installing a new receiver in my '01 Mustang. I will be purchasing the Kenwood KDC-BT648U, it's a great deck, and is compatible with the free Android Kenwood app so I can play music straight from my phone! What I'm wanting to do is add to the installation what I am referring to as a "trip wire". I want for my stereo to continue to be powered after turning my car off (not having to turn the key backwards into "accessory" setting). I would then like for my "trip wire" to be activated from my door handle, thus cutting power to the receiver. I had a Honda that was set up this way, and I loved it! I know there's got to be a fairly easy way to achieve this, but I'm not sure where to start. Any ideas?
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Posted by tim99 on 05-19-2012 12:45 AM:
if all your going to do is connect it to the Rem wire on your reviver a simple door switch such as the one that turns on and off the interior lights in the car should be sufficient, even something like a micro switch would work great for this downside to this method would be the doors must be closed in order for your head unit to turn on