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Old 27-05-17, 09:04 PM   #1
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Default Another dash cam question.

How do you get to the fuses behind the glove box on a 5008 ? There is a video posted somewhere how to reveal the fusebox but the car is a left hand drive and you just pull the panel cover off !
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Would not be surprised if you need to remove the glovebox !!
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I bloody hope not !
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Right chaps,got access to the fuses behind the glove box and looking at the fuse diagram,
Fuse F2 is unused.
Should I use that for the dashcam or should I piggyback onto something like the rear wiper or trailer presence/rain sensor ?
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Right chaps,got access to the fuses behind the glove box and looking at the fuse diagram,
Fuse F2 is unused.
Should I use that for the dashcam or should I piggyback onto something like the rear wiper or trailer presence/rain sensor ?
Thanks,
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If there's the female terminal (bit that grabs onto the spade terminal/contact of the fuse) on both sides of the fuse slot (so that the piggyback isn't wobbly, I'd use it. (As unused, it might be that the 'outgoing/downstream' side isn't populated with the contact/terminal, not sure how exactly they do things now.

Otherwise I would probably use the fuse that feeds the cig.lighter socket.
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Thank you ,that makes sense.

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