Then the light fuse would be the one you want! I don't have access to my home comp, so can't tell you which one that is though. Or if it might be in the inside box even.EvilPeppard said:/bump for any thoughts.
Is there a circuit in the fuse block that goes on and off with the lights? I'd prefer that option over cutting into wires under the hood.
The marker lights are 5 watts each and there are two per circuit, so 10 watts each is more likely.bestatchess said:
Cool, bud. Thanks for the info.bestatchess said:My guess is that it would be o.k. to tap up front for 10 watts. Disclaimer: I am frequently wrong. My theory: 10 watts / 12 volts = .833 amps, which I would think is a small enough added load.
Regarding tapping at the tow pigtail: (1) mine has a wiring diagram on the hinged plastic cover (2) once you locate the correct wire, it could also probably be tapped up front somewhere as I assume the circuit has fuse/relay in the underhood boxes.
I live in Larkspur.
No prob. Thanks again.bestatchess said:I don't know off hand. I could probably figure it out by (1) looking at the service manual and/or (2) using a DMM and selectively pulling fuses until the voltage at the pin on the trailer plug went from +12V to 0.