How do I connect Celllink Neo Power output to Viofo Hardwire Kit

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Hi all.

Apologize as I'm new to hardwiring.

I want to achieve the following connection.

Car ciggerate output > Cellink Neo > Hardwired to Viofo A129.

This is so that I can achieve parking mode.

This is the output from Cellink Neo

Code:
http://imgur.com/a/VApwBnd

This is the Viofo hardwiring kit

Code:
http://imgur.com/gallery/AmGsgYb

If I'm understanding correctly The Red (Acc) of cellink goes to Yellow of Viofo Hardware kit. The Yellow (B+) of celllink goes to Red (Power) of Viofo.

What about the Black (GND) of Viofo? Does it keep hanging out?
Will it shock someone if touched.

Also how do I "connect" these wires?

They both are like normal wire with no place to insert. Do I manually connect the coppers and tape them?
 

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What about the Black (GND) of Viofo? Does it keep hanging out?
It will go to the black from the Cellink. You can chop the spade connector off the end of the wire and connect it like the others.

Also how do I "connect" these wires?
Best is to solder them and protect the join with heat shrink tube. (Needs soldering iron, solder and heat shrink tube+hair dryer.)
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You could also use wire connectors, probably the screw type is easiest for these stranded wires since they will be difficult to push into a clamp type. (Needs the connectors, and small screwdriver.)
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Crimp connectors are another possibility. (Needs crimp tool, or possibly pliers or a hammer.)
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You will need to strip the insulation off the end for all those methods, a wire stripping tool makes this easy, although with care it can be done with scissors, or possibly a knife.

I suggest also getting some tie wraps so that you can securely attach the cables to make sure the connection doesn't accidently get pulled apart.
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