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Are there any instructions about to hardwire a dash cam in for a Ct200? 

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Any use Lynda ?

 

 

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Wow thankyou so much for sending this through.  However I think beyond my ability to do all that.  I didn't realise it would be so complicated.  I think a trip to Halfords is on the cards.  Cheers. 

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I hardwired mine to the fuse box under the glove box using a piggy back fuse and a power point adapter. Really easy

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I use 12v to USB adaptor in all my cars connected to power behind the dome light. Nice clean installation and no need to run wires around the windscreen and under the dashboard.

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Thankyou both, I will have a look at these .

 

TA muchly.

 

 

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On 7/1/2020 at 5:45 AM, Pidu said:

I use 12v to USB adaptor in all my cars connected to power behind the dome light. Nice clean installation and no need to run wires around the windscreen and under the dashboard.

Where did you pick the power up from?

Was it easy enough to pull the roof plastics to bits?

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Where did you pick the power up from?

Was it easy enough to pull the roof plastics to bits?

It is very easy if you you have multimeter. The dome light is kept in place by few clips, see the attached Homelink installation manual that shows step by step how to remove it. There is a bunch of wires in light connector, have used multimeter to find one that is live when car is on, ground connected to one of the screws and that is it.

http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/5eff5f3abdfd1/HomeLink_CT200h_RHD_PZ481_00291_AIM_002_039_0.PDF

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9 minutes ago, Pidu said:

It is very easy if you you have multimeter. The dome light is kept in place by few clips, see the attached Homelink installation manual that shows step by step how to remove it. There is a bunch of wires in light connector, have used multimeter to find one that is live when car is on, ground connected to one of the screws and that is it.

http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/5eff5f3abdfd1/HomeLink_CT200h_RHD_PZ481_00291_AIM_002_039_0.PDF

Thanks.

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