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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, 2012 Which Wire to use for invisicord Radar Detector? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; exactly. i bought the cord AND had to tinker because of my mounting setup, needed it shorter....
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    Re: 2012 Which Wire to use for invisicord Radar Detector?

    exactly. i bought the cord AND had to tinker because of my mounting setup, needed it shorter.

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    Re: 2012 Which Wire to use for invisicord Radar Detector?

    Guys, I just did this last week on my '12 Sedan. My '12 sedan had the very small connector, so the invisicord I bought (the normal one) the blades were too big and didn't fit. Luckily, my Dad is very handy with stuff like that and he ran to radioshack and crimped on the male crimp connectors for a RS232 connector after cutting off the normal invisicord blades. Those connectors are very small and round, like a mini probe. Those slid right in next to the PINK wire and the black/white wire. We then ran the cord down to the Blendmount I bought and everything works great. Powers on when I turn the car on and turns off as soon as I turn the car off (and maybe open the door).

    Cliff Notes: My 2012 Sedan had the small mirror plug, so I had to get special small connectors to get it to fit next to the pink power wire and black/white ground. I did email Invisicord about my problem and he said he would add a note to his website that later year CTS-V's may use a smaller connector.

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    Re: 2012 Which Wire to use for invisicord Radar Detector?

    i think bob provided the link above to the thinner blade one i have by someone else. safe n' sound maybe or something like that?

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    Re: 2012 Which Wire to use for invisicord Radar Detector?

    Here's a quick vid on the install/operation of my mirror mounted V1


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