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    Right I've got an Alpine stereo that I've finally decided to keep and fit to my Vectra, the only thing is that it will need its own power lead to run it, wheres the best place to run a power lead on a Vectra C into the dash??

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    an you best bet is to buy a autoleads kit and do it that way otherwise it can get messy you can get ones which will still let you use your steering wheel controls as well if you head unit will support it

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    An Autoleads Harness (ISO-Vaux) should do the trick, if it needs a separate power supply completely, then there is one that supplies the cigarette lighter. Cant Remember what colour is +12V but its there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezephil View Post
    An Autoleads Harness (ISO-Vaux) should do the trick, if it needs a separate power supply completely, then there is one that supplies the cigarette lighter. Cant Remember what colour is +12V but its there.

    Oh right, yea it needs its own direct power supply due to its power or something, I'm not hugely clued up with stereos sadly lol

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    you can get the harness from vaux as well but i can't remember how much though but it does come with the ariel adaptor too which you will need

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