Cirrus Electrical Accessory -- Best Strategy for Connection

Discussion in 'Cirrus' started by Greg Latiak, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. Greg Latiak

    Greg Latiak Guest

    I have a 1999 Cirrus LXi and want to install a built-in hands-free cellphone
    kit. Other cars that I have worked on had accessory connection tabs on the
    fuse blocks to simplify aftermarket additions. But the Cirrus appears to be
    a closed configuration with no provision for aftermarket additions -- after
    reviewing all the diagrams in the shop manual.

    The cellphone support requires a decent ground and two power connections -
    one to accessory power (5 amps) and another to ignition (2 amps) -- needs to
    stay up while on, cranking or in acc. Barring any well grounded suggestions
    from the group, my plan was to patch into the 'accessory' feed and the
    'radio' feed. And run a lead into the engine compartment to tie onto the
    main ground. Is this good enough or are there better ways of doing this?


    Greg Latiak, Jul 12, 2005
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