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Old 01-25-2014, 11:06 AM
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i am installing at bullydog and need a power on by key fuse.. 2009 f250 6.4L.. help please.. i have tried about 20 fuses and can't find one..

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I use the 30 amp power window fuse ( big silver one) in the interior fuse box for my amp. You could also use the wiper motor fuse in the engine compartment.

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stereo fuse
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Maybe this will help.


F250 Fuses.pdf

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purple wire under the steering column. Mine was located in a bunch of wires right behind the parking brake release. the purple wire is used by a lot of the guys running the mini maxx.
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"SOLID PURPLE WIRE
The SOLID PURPLE wire (capped from the factory)
is found under the drivers side dash. This SOLID
PURPLE wire is bundled with multiple other capped
wires near the OBD-II port.
Note : If your fuse box or wiring looks different than those pictured
or if you are not getting 12V ignition power from the pictured
source, you may need to find another 12V keyed ignition source using a test light or multimeter. If possible, find one
that stays “hot” during engine cranking."

From the H&S manual


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