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Old 10-09-2014, 09:49 AM #1
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Where to tap the fuse block for new power outlet

Hey gang - got a 2005 SR5 V6. I purchased a new auxiliary power outlet that I'll be plugging a very basic dash camera / recorder into. I'd like to install it along the kick panel and the installation seems pretty simple. My question is - where can I tap my power wire into the fuse block? What fuse can I tap into, or what open outlet on the fuse panel can I use so the camera comes on when the key is turned to ACC? Thanks everyone!
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Don't tap the fuse block. Do it right and install a new fuse block to power your accessories.
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Thanks Kid. I'm all for doing this right, but what's wrong with tapping the fuse block? I'm literally only installing this one power outlet for the camera and have no intentions of adding any other accessories. So I don't think I need an entirely new fuse block
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