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2006 F350 Diesel, need to wire up 12v source for camper fridge.

Where do I pick up the 12 V. safely? Should I install an inline fuse?

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Go to the trailer light plug on the truck turn the key on and check for 12 volts at 1 of the terminals some of them are allready wired

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