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Accessory fuse - passenger side fuse block


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Hi All.... 

 

Just brought home my 2020 RST 3.0 Duramax. Going to be installing a dash cam and need to know what fuse location gives me an accessory power source with power retention. 

 

Thanks in advance.... 

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7 hours ago, Herb Eder said:

Hi All.... 

 

Just brought home my 2020 RST 3.0 Duramax. Going to be installing a dash cam and need to know what fuse location gives me an accessory power source with power retention. 

 

Thanks in advance.... 

I installed an amp and subs in my truck.  i used the HVAC fuse On the passenger side thinking there would be no power after the truck is shut off, but it does keep power.  The way i looked at it was id know if the fuse blew because my air wouldn't work. lol.  

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  • 2 weeks later...

I just wired my dash cam today, and the easiest way to do this is go to NAPA and buy a Micro2 fuse tap.

Remove the any fuse (always on, or On with ACC) and place the tap in its location, then put the old fuse and a new one in, and you're done. 

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Can you be a bit more specific here? What fuse you used? I thought there are two places to tap. One for accessory and one for battery (constant) power? Plus a ground wire. Also what size fuse did you use for the dash cam? 3amp?  5amp? Thank you for any further info 

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