Keyed fuse for hardwired dash cam install

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utechtl
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Keyed fuse for hardwired dash cam install

Postby utechtl » Wed May 23, 2018 9:50 am

Hi all,
As the title says i'm looking for a fuse to tap into so that the dash cam is only powered during drives or accessory position. I have the '05 vibe if that makes a difference.
'05 Automatic Base model

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ColonelPanic
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Re: Keyed fuse for hardwired dash cam install

Postby ColonelPanic » Wed May 23, 2018 4:27 pm

The CIG fuse is what I've used for various switched accessories over the years. Hot while on accessory or run.

It's in the uncomfortable-to-access fuse panel under the drivers side of the dash.
03 Vibe base. Born 10/14/2002 06:07 AM
Neptune. Auto, Moon & Tunes, power package. 130k mi.

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