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12 Volt dedicated. circuit

Hi all,

I'm installing a Snow Methanol kit and am to the part where I'm completing the electrical work. I have a question as to finding a dedicated 12 volt key on circuit which can be fused 10-15 amps.
What would the process be to get this completed?

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Consider using a "add a Circuit".

Littelfuse FHA200BP - Fuse Holder | O'Reilly Auto Parts

The circuit would need to come from the central junction box (CJB) as all of the circuits in the battery junction box (BJB) are "always on".

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Consider using a "add a Circuit".

Littelfuse FHA200BP - Fuse Holder | O'Reilly Auto Parts

The circuit would need to come from the central junction box (CJB) as all of the circuits in the battery junction box (BJB) are "always on".
Interesting that you say this, as I just purchased one of these from a local autoparts store. I suppose that I want to make sure that I'm using the correct key on 12v source, and not something which will remain on non-stop.

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For the 1995 MY, if looking for a circuit hot in start or run try IP fuse 18 or 15. For a hot in run, try I/P fuse 2, 6, 11, 14, or 17.
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