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How can I wire into the CJB of a 2005 F150, to utilize one of the unused fuse locations? Is the distribution panel (fuse box) sealed, or can it be opened to access the fuse terminals underneath? Are there even fuse sockets in the unused slots? I want to put in a properly fused 2A cct for an auxiliary application. I am used to large-plant signal and power-wiring systems and want to do this 12v automotive thing right.

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The fuse box is in the kick panel of the passenger side floor board. Beware this is a solid state fuse box so if you blow it you have to replace it all

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  • sky_purch Mar 02, 2015

    I don't the location of the box. I want to know if it's base can be opened to access fuse socket terminations, and add wiring.

  • sky_purch Mar 02, 2015

    I don't need the location of the box, which is obvious. By 'solid state fusebox' I assume you mean there is some form of embedded IC hardware in the base? Before I try unscrewing everything, I need to know if the fuse socket terminals inside are accessible for aux wiring.

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