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Old 05-30-2008
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Accessing fuse block

So I put power locks and windows in the truck, I just need to finish the wiring. I was planning on using the existing locations in the passenger kick panel fuse block since the places designated for factory power locks and windows are empty. I also liked the idea of it looking as factory as possible. So i take the fuse panel out, open it up, and that's where it ends. I see the circuit boards and stuff and cant figure out how to get it out or anything. I took a couple pictures but I cant post them from work. Can anyone share some advice? I need to get this done tonight if possible.

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I just ran all my wires thru the firewall into the power distribution box at the front of the truck. From there you can just do what you need to do with them.
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Nobody else? I guess I'm abandoning that idea and will just go to the steering column for my constant and keyed power. Any objections?
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