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Old 02-04-2010, 04:48 PM
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In your case, a test light would be easier to use for finding a switched 12V source. If you look closely at the fuses you'll see a very small metal tip on either side of the number on it. Connect the clip on your test light to a good metal ground and probe those tips with the key on and the key off to determine which ones are on with the key. If you're the least bit uncomfortable with tackling electrical work, let a professional do it.
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