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RAP wire question

not sure where to post this. but not only do i have an obs...but i have an 08 ford escape and have a question that im sure someone will have an answer to. im finally getting around to install my remote mount radar, and adding sirius to my current pioneer avic in my escape. the harness i had to buy to install my avic has the RAP power wire for the head unit. question is...can i use this same wire as a power wire for my sirius and radar detector? or will this pull too much through the wire? if so which fuse in the fuse panel should i use to run these two? thanks and sorry again for not really knowing where to post
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