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Old 04-09-2013, 11:47 PM
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Default 2013 fuse identification and fuse taps

Two problems

1.blew a fuse it looks like the 2013 dodge ram changed the fuse sizes. I can find no auto part store that carries any for a 2013. Can some one help identify these micro fuse they are using. Other than going to a dodge dealer

2. I want to put in a fuse tap or "add a fuse" in the fuse box. The one I had for a older 2000 dodge ram does not fit (2013 is much smaller). Anyone have a clue to were to find one that fits a 2013

if I cant find a simple fuse tap I need relay power for a camper battery isolation relay. Any ideas were I can find power under the hood that only on when the key is on? I want something simple and dont want to do alot of modification on a truck with less than 100 miles on it. Oh btw I prefer not to use a voltage sensing relay. They are expensive, prone to failure and suck alot of current even when they are off (30mA or so)
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I don't know what model you have, but mine has some empty fuse slots in the TIPM under the hood. You could use a meter to check which ones are not hot with the ing. off then turn the ing. on and find one that is hot that was not with the ing. off. Hope that makes sense.
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