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Old February 19th, 2009, 05:39 PM
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Painless Wiring Adaptor

I know there are several board members that have installed these adaptors. I'm looking at the 70207.

Is there anyone on the board that can post pictures of their installation? Especially those that are pleased with how it turned out.

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Old February 19th, 2009, 05:47 PM
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I've got one, but it seems l have no pix. Nevertheless, its simplicity itself. I've got it mounted on the inboard wall of the battery box and its been sitting there quietly doing its job for several years. It just requires a source of 12v switched power for the switched circuits (all this does is turn them on and off, they still get power directly from the battery). IIRC half the circuits are switched and half are constant-on.
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It seems I bought one as well.
1 year ago?
And I have yet to install it!


All the extras were wired already, but I too would like to see pics of a clean installation.
Whenever it's something electrical I have nightmares of spaghetti chaos...messy bunch of wires...
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Here's a couple pictures of mine installed.
Not the cleanest installation - but some day I do plan to organize the wires.
The first one is a model# 70217 (all seven circuits powered when ignition on) this is installed in an Ex-Mod under drivers seat



Second picture are two #70207 (three constant - four ignition) installed in a 1997 NAS under passsenger seat.
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I'd like to place that thing close to the fuse box, for visual/easy access,
but it's huge...then I'd like to run the wires in a practical but styleesh way
sort of airplane cockpit...

Are there wires & fuses inside a plane cockpit?
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Thanks Paul. I'm planning on installing under the drivers seat. Quite a bit of previous owner crap to clean up in there on mine.
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