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      02-28-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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Valentine 1 hardwire?

I am trying to hardwire my Valentine 1 to my 2007 335i. I am setting up an extra 12v acc power plug by the fuse box. I have done this before in my other cars, it makes it easier to take out and move to another car.

I have a full sized fuse adapter but every fuse I pull it seems to have constant power even when the key is not in the car... What fuse can i tap into???
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      03-02-2013, 12:06 AM   #3
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There will be constant power until I think something like 30 seconds after the car is locked
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O cool thanks!
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That's how I did mine.
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You want to tap into one of the Homelink fuses. That way the V1 will turn on/off with the ignition button.
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+1. Very easy, just take your time.
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I am also interested into a small guide how to take it from the fuse box. I did it my VW R32 and it was a piece of cake but this one seems a big harder. Any input be great!
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You want to tap into one of the Homelink fuses. That way the V1 will turn on/off with the ignition button.
It does. As soon as ignition goes off, not accessory.
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finished it this morning, got a mini fuse adapter and bam 5 minutes later done.
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