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Old 24-06-14, 07:04 PM   #1
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Question Utilising unused fuse slots

Dear all,

I wish to hardwire a dash cam into my fuse box so that I can use both a sat nav system and a dash cam at the same time. Naturally, both come with cigarette lighter connections and both can't be plugged in at the same time. Can I utilise any of the unused fuse slots inside the fascia fuse box on a 207 sport (58 plate) to use as a power supply for an additional lighter socket? I would prefer if power didn't come on until the ignition is turned on (just like the built in lighter) but I doubt adding a switch would be a problem if it came down to it.

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