Back from the dead thread...How about just pushing a sewing pin or needle through the insulation to make the connection. Push em together and clip off the excess. A piece of electrical tape to cover the splice.
If you ever want to restore it normal, remove the pin and you'll be left with a small pierced hole in the two wires. The holes would probably disappear if you roll the wires in your fingers.
I, myself, I want the freaking machine to be able to reprogram my own stuff as I please!
How about a syringe then? comes with a nice handle for insertion and then just snap it off! :rofl:Back from the dead thread...
I almost couldn't think of a worse way to do this, keep sewing needles in the sewing kit, and get some electrical supplies.
Did this just now and thought I might post some clearer/higher rez pics of the actual wires. Also, since the glovebox was out, went ahead and installed a 12v plug into the GB. Tapped mine into the constant hot off the radio. Think that's a bit cleaner then tapping into the fuse panel.
Also, just an FYI for anyone having issues removing the GB in the first place: take the two screws out and then put a panel popper (or even a flat head) on the seam behind (forward part under windsheild) the hinge. Then, you can slowly pull up on the door while applying some upward pressure at the same time. It slowly comes out that way w/o potential of breaking anything.