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    Installing HuMount Soon

    I want to be able to use my dimmer switch with it...

    Any advice??



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    What do you want to use the dimmer for exactly? To dim the headunit itself?

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    To dim the HUmount itself. it has the red trans am logo LED.. The headunit already can dim.

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    I looked on a schematic and it says the gray wire is for the illumination of the radio and the brown is for when the lights go on to dim the radio. I would think the gray would work with the dimmer.

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    Hey JD, post some pix when you get it all set up. I've been kicking around the idea of getting one of those for the longest time. I'd like to see what they look like in our cars, lit up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bombhunter View Post
    hey jd, post some pix when you get it all set up. I've been kicking around the idea of getting one of those for the longest time. I'd like to see what they look like in our cars, lit up...
    ^my thoughts exactly!!!

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    I will. I have to figure out what to use as a postive source. I dont know if its illumination or dimmer that controls the it or the illumination line... but I will find out.. waiting on shipping

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    just wire it up to the orange/white wire, that is the dimmer. Thats what i did when i had mine done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1bandit View Post
    just wire it up to the orange/white wire, that is the dimmer. Thats what i did when i had mine done.
    pretty sure a 94 is different.... not that type of wire comming from the stock plugin.............

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