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Old 03-04-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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Question Using a fuse space

I might post this in the TJ Forum later if I don't get any responses, but I figured I'd start here.
I'd like to hard wire my Heated seats into my '06 Wrangler. I Don't have a subwoofer in it so would it be possible for me to put a 20A fuse behind the glovebox where the fuse block is, and then take teh wire from there to my heated seats? Would I need to do anything different?

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