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02-15-2013 06:43 PM
HunterTheBeagle Awesome thanks for your reply that's what I needed to know.
02-15-2013 10:33 AM
igivup The fuse box in Jeep takes mini fuses, so you want a mini fuse size add a circuit.
02-14-2013 09:11 PM
HunterTheBeagle
add a circuit

Has anybody ever used the add a circuit in their fuse box inside their jk? If so which one did you use, I was told that you need to use specific add a circuit based on what fuses your vehicle has. What I want to do is hook up my cb to a keyed circuit. Right now I have it wired up to a 12v and into the keyed adapter in my dash. But I was hoping to use the add a circuit to clean things up a little.

Here is the link to what I am talking about.
Littelfuse FHA200BP ATO Add-A-Circuit Kit : Amazon.com : Automotive

I am a noob when it comes to electric circuits and don't want too mess anything up so any help would be appreciated.

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