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    12V connection on Lilliput board?

    Somebody change the main title to read "12V"
    I had my brother's Lilliput wired as per the mechatroniks directions:
    http://www.mechatroniks.com/wrx/lili-diy.html


    I noticed that if the molex connector was moved in a particular way the monitor would shut off. Now I would have the cable zip-tied when installed in the car, but being the *ARB that I am I couldn't leave it that way. I believe it was the connection on the fuse that was causing the problem. Anyway, I decided I didn't need the barrel plug so I desoldered it from the board. Now I am wondering where to solder the 12V line of the molex connector.

    I know......just get out the trusty multimeter and find out and that's what I would do, but.......I have no idea where my probes are. So I ask the wise members of the forum which point does the 12V go?


    *ARB=Anal Retentive Bastard

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    In case anybody cares the one I circled in yellow is the +12V and the other 3 are grounds.

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    I soldered my ground to the top point, should I try and attach the other two grounds. They appear to be connected via traces under one of the PCB layers.

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