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2nd Gen tC Wiring Diagram

Old 08-19-2013, 03:23 PM
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Where did you tap into to get your remote wire to work?
I used the cigar lighter fuse that's located under the steering wheel. its kinda hard to get to but it works like a charm

all i did was stick the wire into the fuse socket "closer to the driver" and plug in the fuse "make sure that the remote wire does not touch both sides that way the fuse can still blow in case there is any reason for the cigar lighter needs the fuse to blow.....

(its the small fuse box on the drivers side)
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:16 AM
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^How many Amps are that particular fuse you tapped into?
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Old 05-14-2014, 02:50 PM
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Just got a new 2014 tC. Bought a loc online, just curious if you could post a pic or explanation on how you got the wires for the loc to stay/connect to the back of the pin connector.
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Old 09-30-2014, 12:33 PM
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Originally Posted by JSICKNESS View Post
I used the cigar lighter fuse that's located under the steering wheel. its kinda hard to get to but it works like a charm
all I did was stick the wire into the fuse socket "closer to the driver" and plug in the fuse "make sure that the remote wire does not touch both sides
that way the fuse can still blow in case there is any reason for the cigar lighter needs the fuse to blow.....
(it's the small fuse box on the drivers side)
I did this and when I plugged my phone charger in, the remote wire heated up and burned into my car and almost caught it on fire... lol.
Any one know where I can safely install the wire, or could you tell me why this happened?

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Old 02-12-2019, 08:11 PM
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I have a few questions about the door speakers. I am running an LC7i in my setup and a monoblock amp for my sub and then a 4 channel amp for the bottom door speakers and the rear speakers. I currently have the LC7i tapped into both the rear speakers because they are full range and that is what I want going into all my new door speakers. But I do not have a built in crossover in my monoblock amp for my sub and it is not playing the correct frequencies. I want to instead hook the monoblock up through the front bottom door speaker if it already has a built in crossover so then my monoblock will only recieve low freq. In conclusion, I want to know if that bottom door speaker really does have a built in crossover so it only plays low freq. I just talked to people at Crutchfield and they said it plays full range but since its a woofer you can only really hear the low freq. Car is a 2016 tC, don't know if there is a difference between tC2 and 2.5 in this realm.
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