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Old 02-15-2015, 06:00 AM   #1
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Bluetooth Dongle for Clarion Receiver

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I feel as though I am behind the times a little...LOL With that, I want to add Bluetooth capabilities to my after-market Clarion receiver. I found this on Amazon. Pretty cool little unit. I just want to get advice on if connecting the power leads to the cigarette lighter / power ports right there on the dash would be the best approach to power the device? Would there be any better options? I have a 2002 Tacoma Pre-Runner. Thanks for the help!
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Hello Tacoma World!

I feel as though I am behind the times a little...LOL With that, I want to add Bluetooth capabilities to my after-market Clarion receiver. I found this on Amazon. Pretty cool little unit. I just want to get advice on if connecting the power leads to the cigarette lighter / power ports right there on the dash would be the best approach to power the device? Would there be any better options? I have a 2002 Tacoma Pre-Runner. Thanks for the help!
Not sure if the 2002 cig lighter comes on and off with the truck or not. If it does attach red wire to power, black wire to ground and that's all you need to do.
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Not sure if the 2002 cig lighter comes on and off with the truck or not. If it does attach red wire to power, black wire to ground and that's all you need to do.
Yes, the gig lighter turns on / off with the ignition. The is for your reply!
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