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1M fuse box behind the glove box

I thought this might be handy.




The actual fuse layout might be different depending of your options.


I took terminal 15 positive (which is on while the ignition is on) from fuse 9 which was empty in my 1M in order to hide the cable of Garmin portable navigation.



The T-30 bolt in the arrow can be used as an earth point (terminal 31).
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I just spent the last hour looking for a +12v key on, fuse source. I can't believe its so hard to find an open slot. All of my "normal" sized fuses were hot all the time. Only those tiny small fuses were switched +12, #15 power - but I still couldn't find an open/available empty slot.

I migt have to buy a micro piggy fuse box link from Amazon.
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I just spent the last hour looking for a +12v key on, fuse source. I can't believe its so hard to find an open slot. All of my "normal" sized fuses were hot all the time. Only those tiny small fuses were switched +12, #15 power - but I still couldn't find an open/available empty slot.

I migt have to buy a micro piggy fuse box link from Amazon.
I can confirm you will need a micro fuse tap.
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I can confirm you will need a micro fuse tap.
Thx. Where did you tap into for the ground ? That same torx screw ?

I believe those really small fuses are called: Mirco2 fuses. So I plan on ordering one of these fuse piggy back thingys....

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...A3TOPXSF99I2AT
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Thx. Where did you tap into for the ground ? That same torx screw ?

I believe those really small fuses are called: Mirco2 fuses. So I plan on ordering one of these fuse piggy back thingys....

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...A3TOPXSF99I2AT
Yep, that torx screw for the ground -- that was the only annoying part of the install

I'm still hooked into a medium size fuse (all I had laying around) that not switched, but I think you might need a mini apm/atm (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K17M2IU/) rather than an atr micro2 (can't confirm for sure!)
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