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Lone Watie

Factory fuse box in cab?

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Is it possible to get to the back side (just curious, don't want to do anything to it) of the in cab fuse box without too much hassle? I've had the lower leg protector under steering wheel off with its 3 screws, but don't see easy way to get the next piece of plastic off? Is the next piece of plastic all one piece across the lower dash, i.e. will I have to mess with air bag electronics to go deeper into the lower dash, or upper for that matter (for when I go with the dash top 3 pod gauge mount, which I like better than a-pillar. Thanks a bunch.

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I'm actually going to install one of the painless kits for 4 ign/3 constant, but was just curious about the factory panel. I guess that one's best left untouched.

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I'm actually going to install one of the painless kits for 4 ign/3 constant, but was just curious about the factory panel. I guess that one's best left untouched.

Make sure to get some pics of how you did it I might do the same thing too!

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Will do. I just know myself, and if'n I don't get stuff under control from the get go, I'll have wires going everywhere, and as already demonstrated to myself, chasing wires is not fun.

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I fished a wire up to the fuse box for my built in radar detector... I just slipped the fused accessory wire on the key on hot side of the fuse.

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