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Hi, how do you get to the fuse box inside the car so i can attach the wires for my bluetooth?

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Passenger seat forward, door on the passenger side of the waterfall panel. If you need to go deeper, I think you have to pull the waterfall.

Do you know exactly what you want to tie into?

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Now, how do i open the side of the fuse with the wires so i can plug my wire into an always active energy supply between 4-10 amps?

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top and bottom clips are marked with arrows, cover comes off. You can find this info in the owner's manual as well...
 

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crogan said:
Now, how do i open the side of the fuse with the wires so i can plug my wire into an always active energy supply between 4-10 amps?

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Don't want to sound like I'm putting you down, but the questions you are asking begs the question...Are you confident and comfortable and skilled enough to be doing this? If you get on the wrong (hot) side of the fused circuit, you will not have fused protection on the wire you tap into.:nono You could fry electronics and/or leave the potential for a fire if you don't know what you are doing. Just don't want to see someone ruin their SSR.:cry My apologies if I'm stepping out of bounds.:)
 

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crogan said:
Now, how do i open the side of the fuse with the wires so i can plug my wire into an always active energy supply between 4-10 amps?

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I would strongly recommend that you tap into the Aux Power circuit. It has a 20 amp breaker and is powered 100% of the time. You will need to put an in-line fuse to protect your additional wiring and equipment, just at the point you tie in.

If the equipment is to be under the dash somwhere, I recommend connecting to the orange input wiring to either of the dash mounted aux power connectors. If you are installing somewhere else, it will be significantly more difficult or complicated to find good power.

Let me know If I can help more, I have a set of manuals at hand.

Mike
 
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