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Versione corrente di: Kyle Wiens ,

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This is the only way to tie the lighter sockets to the ignition that I can think of.
1.# Find a good wiring diagram for your vehicle and locate the hot wire to the lighters.
2.

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Cut that wire where you can easily reach it.
3.

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Find the wire to the accessory position of your ignition switch.
4.

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Run a wire from the lighters to the accessory wire and connect it.
1.# Find a good wiring diagram for your vehicle and locate the hot wire to the lighters.
2.

#
Cut that wire where you can easily reach it.
3.

#
Find the wire to the accessory position of your ignition switch.
4.

#
Run a wire from the lighters to the accessory wire and connect it.
Be advised the load on the accessory line will be increased and could present a fire hazard or blow fuses but this would cause the lighters to be switched on and off with the ignition. Personally I would not do it for the reasons stated.
 
A far better idea in my opinion would be to cut the line to the lighters and insert a toggle switch. This would allow switching without the risk of fire and blowing fuses. Ralph
A far better idea in my opinion would be to cut the line to the lighters and insert a toggle switch. This would allow switching without the risk of fire and blowing fuses. Ralph

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Modifica di: rj713 ,

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This is the only way to tie the lighter sockets to the ignition that I can think of.
1. Find a good wiring diagram for your vehicle and locate the hot wire to the lighters.
2. Cut that wire where you can easily reach it.
3. Find the wire to the accessory position of your ignition switch.
4. Run a wire from the lighters to the accessory wire and connect it.
Be advised the load on the accessory line will be increased and could present a fire hazard or blow fuses but this would cause the lighters to be switched on and off with the ignition. Personally I would not do it for the reasons stated. Ralph
Be advised the load on the accessory line will be increased and could present a fire hazard or blow fuses but this would cause the lighters to be switched on and off with the ignition. Personally I would not do it for the reasons stated. Ralph
 
A far better idea in my opinion would be to cut the line to the lighters and insert a toggle switch. This would allow switching without the risk of fire and blowing fuses. ralphRalph
A far better idea in my opinion would be to cut the line to the lighters and insert a toggle switch. This would allow switching without the risk of fire and blowing fuses. ralphRalph

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Modifica di: rj713 ,

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This is the only way to tie the lighter sockets to the ignition that I can think of.
1. Find a good wiring diagram for your vehicle and locate the hot wire to the lighters.
2. Cut that wire where you can easily reach it.
3. Find the wire to the accessory position of your ignition switch.
4. Run a wire from the lighters to the accessory wire and connect it.
Be advised the load on the accessory line will be increased and could present a fire hazard or blow fuses but this would cause the lighters to be switched on and off with the ignition. Personally I would not do it for the reasons stated. Ralph
 
A far better idea in my opinion would be to cut the line to the lighters and insert a toggle switch. This would allow switching without the risk of fire and blowing fuses. ralph

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Post originale di: rj713 ,

Testo:

This is the only way to tie the lighter sockets to the ignition that I can think of.
1. Find a good wiring diagram for your vehicle and locate the hot wire to the lighters.
2. Cut that wire where you can easily reach it.
3. Find the wire to the accessory position of your ignition switch.
4. Run a wire from the lighters to the accessory wire and connect it.
Be advised the load on the accessory line will be increased and could present a fire hazard or blow fuses but this would cause the lighters to be switched on and off with the ignition. Personally I would not do it for the reasons stated. Ralph

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