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Bad turn OFF pop with 3Sixty.3

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12 minutes ago, n8ball2013 said:

Keyed power source and If necessary a relay. 

Where the hell you been boss!?!?! 

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If it isnt fied yet get a tork2 from Snafu.

Edited by rockFord_Expedition

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You can sometimes grab a 12 volt + switched that turns on/off with the key at the ignition switch in the dash (where you insert your key).
 

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B, I think I fogured it out. I'm a European, I currently have my 360 wired to my radio yellow wire, which is switched power. As soon as the radio turns off, so does the 360, so any turn off delay will not work as it loses power when radio is switched off. Would it help to connect it to the battery with a fused connection you think? The remote wire turns it off and on anyways, should eliminate the pop sound (I hope/think).

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