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Where would I splice in a new accessory so it would only have power available when the ignition is on, the most convenient and easy place to splice into the electrical system on a 1991 Nissan Maxima?

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Or you can splice right into the fuse box (left side kick panel) where there is an accessory hook up right there.
TIP: if you are running a large draw accessory you may consider using a solonoid or relay to keep the load on the fuse block to a minimum.

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Before you splice ,you can get a harness that will just plug in to the factory harnessthis avoids any shorts or miss wiring. most dealers only need the model of vehical and what namebrand and model your and accessory is.

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