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    Innovate LC 1 ?? Installation.

    Now I need some Sirius help. I just got my innovate LC 1 kit and let me tell you that
    I looks harder to install than I though. Can somebody walk me thru installing this, or where can I find instructions. Any help or tips will be very appreciated.

    Thanks Andy


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    Get a relay and use it for the install. It will ensure that your heater will be supplied with the correct constant voltage to not cause sensor failure. You can get them at auto zone.
    87: Power to gauges (+)
    87a: not used
    30: Battery positive (+) (5 amp fused for load)
    85: Battery negative (-)
    86: Key on trigger wire (+) (purple wire to start button)

    Follow the instructions in the manual. The most confusing part is wiring the led and push button into the mix. They need to be wired into the supplied wiring and then to the relay so that you can free air calibrate and also calibrate the heater. It is not too difficult. It will just take time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Get a relay and use it for the install. It will ensure that your heater will be supplied with the correct constant voltage to not cause sensor failure. You can get them at auto zone.
    87: Power to gauges (+)
    87a: not used
    30: Battery positive (+) (5 amp fused for load)
    85: Battery negative (-)
    86: Key on trigger wire (+) (purple wire to start button)

    Follow the instructions in the manual. The most confusing part is wiring the led and push button into the mix. They need to be wired into the supplied wiring and then to the relay so that you can free air calibrate and also calibrate the heater. It is not too difficult. It will just take time.
    I'm going to start the installation of my lc1 tomorrow and I need as much as I can get.
    Sorry for all the ?? But I'm trying to get this right.

    What color And where is located the wire i need to us for power?
    Are those number from a relay?

    Thanks

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    Coming down from the gauge cluster there is a purple wire. Tap to that.

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    My LC-1 install
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    I just spread it all out on the bench and labeled each wire with a piece of masking tape where it goes. Like MSRXP says, it sounds worse than it is. Take your time and just follow the manufacturer directions. I don't have a relay in place yet, but definitely plan on installing one (at some point).

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