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    Hi, recently installed my Parrot ck3300 with help from members on here.

    I used the ignition live from the cigarette lighter,
    Now neither the parrot or ciggy light seem to have power, i'm guessin theres a fuse for this,

    could someone please let me know where it is.

    If there isn't a fuse, any ideas what it could be.

    Many thanks

    Nick J

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    side fuse box, number 22.. it's a 30 amp mini blade fuse....

    open the passengers front door and pull the trim panel off the end of the dash..it reveals a small fuse box..

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    its a 30amo fuse

    how would a parrot blow a 30amp fuse.

    I havent even used the ciggy lighter

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    You might have to reverse to power wires on the parrot. Just unplug the two parrot fuse holders and plug the mate fro one into the female from the other. I had to do this with mine.

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    my ignition feed orange wire is connected to ciggy ignition feed now.

    I tried swapping them over, but the parrot just turned straight off instead off saying goodbye.

    It did work fine, i think its just the fuse.

    is 30a Mini a kight green?

    regards

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