Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Carpinteria, CA
I ran with my Autocom under the seat for a few months before moving it to a tank bag with quick disconnect power cables. When I first put it under the seat I had it as close to the battery as possible and it picked up rev noise. So I moved it to where the tool kit is/was and that solved the problem. I have power via the tail light. One of the Autocom execs was at my dealership and HE said you can simply take the positive wire and shove it in any fuse slot you want. (I guess you just place wire in slot and pinch it down with the fuse?). I have never heard of this being done and have not tried it, but he said it would work fine. Worth a try I guess. Enjoy the best communication system on the market.
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