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I need to find the accesory wire coming from my ignition on a 2006 f350, to install a navigation add on for a kenwood deck

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If you have the tow command package with accessory switches the leads for these switches are behind the glove box.Check your manuel for more info.

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You can get an add on wire that plugs into the fuse box at an auto parts store or walmart. youl just need to find a fuse that has ignition switched power. looks like this i need to find the accesory wire coming from my - ac1f834.jpg

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