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i have an 03 6s and i need to tap into an ignition wire or fuse that survives engine crank. the power supply for my carputer utilizes an ignition signal to sense when it should turn on and off. in other words, turn the car on and the computer turns on. turn the car off and the computer shuts down. right now, i have it hooked up to an ACC wire, and sometimes when i crank the engine, some of the devices on the power supply's secondary rail lose power and the computer is unable to pick them back up (i.e. external dvd drive).

anyone know the best place to tap into?


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