You can hook up a car amp to a battery charger inside your house and use it as a glorified power source for varied needs. Snip about inches of blue wire, leave the metal strips at each end bare; cut away the rubbery portions. Hook one end of this to the 12V node. Hook the other end to the REM node, sitting adjacent. Take the battery charger in hand now; this is your power supply source. Hook the red positive terminal to the same 12V node you just worked with.
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Monday, November 7th, AT 4: Two nights ago I finally got my starter off and out, I went had it tested, it was bad. Bought a new one, took it back to my car, got underneath, and realized there were more than two wires that needed to be hooked back up to the starter. It was so dark the night before I did not see how many were connected to the big bolt.
Amplifiers are commonly added to car audio systems to provide extra power for speakers and subwoofers. Remote wires are included in amplifier wiring kits or can be purchased individually. Installing a remote wire is a simple task that should take less than 30 minutes. Strip off half an inch of the rubber sheath from one end of the remote wire using the wire strippers.
Using strobe lights in the interior draws plenty of attention from onlookers and can be a great way to give your car that extra bit of pizazz for car shows, or just show-off sessions in your local parking lot. When ordering a strobe light kit, ensure that you are getting a strobe light control module, or you'll just have solid lights that are always on, or always off. Mount your strobe lights in the desired location. You can use tape, Velcro, glue or screws to mount the strobes.