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That may have been the fuse that I used, but I don't remember exactly. Just make sure that the power to that fuse cuts out when the ignition is turned off and the door is opened. When doing mine, I forgot for a minute that there is still power in the vehicle once the key is turned off and the door has not been opened yet.
The kit that I have says to check for which side of the fuse is positive(+). To do this, remove the fuse and turn the ignition on. Use your test light to see which side of the slot illuminates with the fuse removed, the side that does is the positive(+) side. Then tap into the positive side of the fuse.
I used one of the fuse taps that slips over one blade of the fuse to tap into it. You can also use the piggy-back fuses which have a wire coming out of the top of the fuse that you splice into. You should be able to pick on up at a Radio Shack or any electronic supply store.
2009 F-250 FX4 SC - Red: 3.73 rear with factory 20's...stock performance as of now...A.R.E. LSII Tonneau and Ford SportLiner (Bedrug)
2010 Honda Big Red 700: 14" ITP C- series wheels w/ Terra Cross Tires (26/9/14 Front - 26/11/14 Rear)
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