I would love to get back into installing, and selling. I used to memorize product specifications, count pairs of transistors and look at fuse rating to determine if the amp could put out what specs said. I still have my Klein crimpers, my MIL-SPEC crimpers when I wired fire trucks, my Blue-Point test probe, my Power
Probe™, and my Matco strippers. I can read any wiring schematic. I can Wire
the A/C compressor clutch to come on when you turn the A/C switch on when the constant control relay on a ford fails. I could wire your horn to honk when you press the brake (joke), or I've even thought of wiring the rear seatbelt to a warning light and chime in a vehicle when the Car
door is opened to remind the forgetful parents to get there baby out of the vehicle so they don't die from heat(my idea, can't afford a patent). It's been 19 years and I still love Car/ATV/Golf cart/bicycle Audio. Ideas are endless. Thanks for your time.