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Unread 02-03-2017, 02:36 PM   #1
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I'm installing an overhead radio console in my 2010 Precedent. I plan on using a jacketed 3 or 4 conductor 18 gauge cable going down inside the driver's side top support for power, memory and ground. I would like to hear about your experiences installing overhead radio consoles. Any pictures or install tips would be appreciated.
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Unread 02-03-2017, 05:00 PM   #2
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Here is mine before I changed the HU and speakers and added XM.
I did it just the way you want to. I drilled a 3/8 hole in the upright (roof support) and used a fish tape to run the wires. (you do have to take the support off to avoid the mounting bolts) Then I ran the wiring under the cart and up into the battery compartment. I have an extra set of wires up there as well in case I need any more power in the future. On the outside of the support the wiring is in the plastic automotive wire loom. Works great and no wires to be seen!









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Thats what I was thinking. What is the illuminated rocker switch for? Are you using a voltage reducer or an auxiliary battery?
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The switch is for power. I shut it down completely (not even memory power).
The cart sits at camp all week and it just used on weekends, so I don't want to drain my accessory battery. I do have an accessory battery in the bagwell with a fuse block for lights, stereo, horn and dash chargers.
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That sounds exactly like my plan. I'm also using a battery in the bag well. Fortunately I can keep a trickle charger on it so I'm hooking up the memory. Where did you mount the fuse panel?
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I mounted the largest marine battery box that would fit into the bagwell and the extra space next to the battery was perfect for a Blue Sea fuse block.
I also have a trickle charger in the battery box as well.....when I remember to plug it in!
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Good info guys. What type of accessory battery do y'all use?
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I am using a ML35-12 35AH AGM deep cycle battery. Based on my calculations it handle the radio and LED lighting with no problem.
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I'm just using a used Advance Auto marine battery I found on CL for $30.
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Depending on the model it's super easy to fish wires up the passenger side strut. There are access holes etc on the bottom.


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