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    Default Where can i take a permanent live feed from rear fuse box ?

    Want to make the rear accessorie socket a permanent live , fed up of kids dvd player turning off when i stop !

    Anyone know where i can get a permanent feed from the rear fuse box ?

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    tow bar fuse? thats what i used for my amp

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    Do you know which one that is m8 or will it be in the manual ?

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    tbh, i had the tow bar wiring aswell, so i spliced into it, but had to put a fuse into the box, its in the manual, page 192 approx

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    Thanks m8 will have a look tomorrow

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    Thats briil m8 just what i needed

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    Hmm went to get some cable today and didnt know what to get, would 17amp be suitable or is that over the top, would 10a be ok ?

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    i would sad dont use more than 10 amp.. as you should not use more than 100 w

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    ok ta

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