Buy some cheap broken electronics and practice soldering on those. The gear you need is cheap enough, probably under $20 to get started with soldering. I bet there are a ton of how-to's on soldering on the internet. I suggest trying to learn, could be fun....
if you don't know how to solder and you are looking to install a PC in your car, you have issues.
it's not like soldering is a black science or anything.
grow some ballz and learn how to solder. It will make your life MUCH easier when trying to do this stuff.
Originally posted by Bullwinkle777
Don't be afraid to try it. Just go slow at first, you'll get the hang of it. It's really not that hard. Just give it a try.
Both of you are spot-on!
I was bribing someone to do my soldering for me because I suck at it. That person couldn't come over, so I started trying it on my own. I'm still no expert, but I'm better at it thatn I once was, and with some patience, I can achieve what I need.
Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
How about the Wiki?
Under normal circumstances, a signature would go here.
Didn't read any posts, just replying quickly... I plan on using my remote start\car alarm\door unlocking keychain thingy's trunk button since it's not being used. The unit sends a "shock" that lasts about 1 second to the "trunk latch" but instead, sends the shock to the power switch for the computer, and turns it on.