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wiring cutout into fuse panel

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    wiring cutout into fuse panel

    What wire should I wire it to? Do I just splice it to one of the wires coming out of my fuse panel, which one? Is there an easier place to wire it.. I dont have traction control and on the instructions that was an example to wire it there or the fuse panel, but is there somewhere else besides the fuse panel and TC Some thing easier to get to? I dont want to mess anything up, I dont know what to use in the fuse panel. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    i'm not certian but there should be fuse slots that arent in use, that you can use, you would have to find out the max current for the cutout to use the right fuse.

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    When I had mine I tapped into a leg on the radio fuse for power, black wire off the cig lighter for ground. Believe the pink? wire behind the bezel where the switch would be plugged in still has power and is a switched source, even if the car didn't come with TCS/ASR. Probe the connector with a meter to be sure.

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    Anybody have a picture of how theres was hooked up?

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    i always thought it would be tight to wire it up so that it could be controlled by the volume switch on the steering wheel. my current setup only requires a 5a fuse so it should be alright.

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    I'll take a picture here for you in a few.
    Also, I used a fuse tap from autozone, it was no more then a few bucks, it's alot easier to do then just splicing into random wires.

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    Well here they are;
    I have mine hooked up to the "Power Accessory" slot, using a 15, and 10 amp fuse.

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