Hard wiring dash cam, need feed/fuse for piggy back (1 Viewer)

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On a 2013 Fiat Ducato I used the one shown in the attached on the fuseboard to the right of the drivers knee (rhd).
 

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On a 2013 Fiat Ducato I used the one shown in the attached on the fuseboard to the right of the drivers knee (rhd).

Thanks, I did look at that, but my fuse board looks nothing like this,most of my fuses are 7.5 amp as well. This one's mine.
 
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Back of the cigarette lighter. You can get both + and - Also means that the dash cam will only be powered when ignition is on. You can also pick up a feed from the back of the radio.
 

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I used F49 on our fuseboard which is 7.5A and protects the following -
Parking sensor control unit, radio, steering wheel controls, central control panel, left control panel, auxiliary panel, battery disconnecting unit (+key)

F49 on your layout appears to protect -
Sound System, Driver’s power window, Dashboard controls, Alarm control unit, Rain sensor (+key)

As both seem to protect similar functionality, are switched (+key) and rated as 7.5A would suggest you use this fuse socket to piggyback the power supply for your dashcam.
 

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