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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2001, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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Id like to run my CB in my sam on the trail so where do you plug in to the pos and neg?My tractor-trailer at work already came furnished with the hookups and havent had a chance to look.

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If you have a inline fuse, Just hook it to the battery.

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dont let the smoke out of it

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Re: CB hookups

Yes, red to battery (if a fuse is in the CB power cable) and black to a metal ground point (unnecessary if you mount the CB to a metal chassis component). Look for the stock sammy with the yellow wheels at the Melt if you need more assisstance.

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Re: CB hookups

Or you can pull your fuse block and hook it into a circuit that has very little on it (I hooked mine to the one for the overhead light which I don't have.) It works like a charm, and no worry's.

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I use a cigarette lighter plug on mine so that I can move it from one vehicle to another with out any problems.

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