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    i need some advice, i have fitted a kenny H/U and i cant find the ignition wire (apparantly there isnt one on the plugs), now i have to turn the h/u off manually, i hate this i want it to switch off with the ignition.aparently the is an ignition wire behind the glove box for the front parking sensor, as i dont have frontparking sensors will the wire still be there, is it a good +12v? and will i have that wire in my vectra c 1.9cdti (55 reg face lift model).

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    I have a kenwood head unit it works fine some times you have to switch the red and yellow wires on the kenwood wires by unplugging the bullet connectors and switching them very easy job you shouldnt have to touch the glovebox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robward27 View Post
    I have a kenwood head unit it works fine some times you have to switch the red and yellow wires on the kenwood wires by unplugging the bullet connectors and switching them very easy job you shouldnt have to touch the glovebox.
    Ive had to do this switch on all my VX's

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    i have tried this but it still dont work with the igntion. its really frustrating! Why coulnt VX just put in a ignition live.

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    get your ignition at the back of the fag lighter , tap off the black wire and easy to get to .

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