Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 02:12:19 -0500
From: Nick Monyatovsky <mon at cox dot net>
Subject: help identifying antenna wire to work as turn-on for an amp

Could somebody help me with identifying what each antena wire is? I need to get a remote turn-on signal somewhere for the amplifier that is in the trunk. Saab's 3V turn-on signal is too weak. My amp requires 12V. I've read that one should use the antenna wire for that. I got to the antenna and its wires, and now I am lost: there seem to be quite a few of them. Could somebody give me a pointer? Also, when I use the 'antena feed' as they called it, do I need to disconnect it from antena or put a Y slitter on it? I hope amplifier will not put any voltage of its own onto that wire, will it? Will amplifier be causing interferece with antenna? Thank you, -- Nick

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