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I'm wanting to hard wire my radar detector in me 2911 RAM. If the fuse box was in the dash it would be easy. Ive hears attaching the wire to the rear view mirror wire or to the rear power sliding window but I'm nervous to do that. Im wanting to attach it to the cogs lighter but i have the bucket seat option so i can't figure out what wire it would be behind the dash. Any help and pics would be great. Thanks everyone!
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Shadcha,,,, that awesome thanks for the info... This exactly what I had been looking for,, reps to you..:smileup:

Hex,,,, radar detectors aren't illegal in CA, but windshield mounts are, so you just need one of these clips for your detector that SHADCHA posted. Here is a website that shows which states they are illegal in,,,, http://www.1stradardetectors.com/radar-detector-laws.php
Hope that helps...
they illegal in any comercial vehicle in most states and on all military bases...
Glad to be of help.. I got tired of using suction cups that keep failing when the sun beats down on them, also note that if you plan on getting it from BlendMount website, coupon codes are available to get $10-$15 off from there website, which is even cheaper than Amazon.

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Finally installed the BlendMount and MirrorTap and have to say that the install was fairly simple and straightforward. As you can see the radar detector is a securely fastened to the stem of the rear view mirror, I HIGHLY recommend this mount to anyone that has a suction cup(s) mounted radar detector. No more finding the RD on the dash cause the suctions cups gave. Also the MirrorTap and Invicord are great ways to connect your RD to your auto dimming mirror. :smiledown:
 

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