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Wire diagram shows an in-line fuse for forward DC outlet. Took forward schroud off and nothing but harness. Where is the fuse located?

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I have an 06 Venture, had to change the fuse about a week ago (5 amp spade fuse) It is located in the fuse box behind the right front shroud just forward of the rear brake pedal. I assume the 08 would be the same.

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