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Old 08-18-2014, 11:16 AM   #36
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Okay! So I got the wire through! But holy **** that's a lot of wires going into the fuse box.... There's no way I'm gonna be able to trace it to the right one and the owners manual didn't tell me a wire color.. So now I'm stuck again..
It's the brown wire with an orange stripe.
If you can't find it then there are some other circuits that you could use or Grumpy's method will work also.
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I just went yo RadioShack and advanced auto and neither of them had it. Radio shack had no idea what I was talking about and advanced actually had the exact piece I need. It had a place to put the fuse and a single wire open to connect to my wire. But it had a max of 10A and I'm pretty sure those fuses are 30 right?
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But it had a max of 10A and I'm pretty sure those fuses are 30 right?
Just change out the fuse for whatever you need it to be.
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There was no fuse.. It was pretty much like a power strip.
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