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Fuse F50?


MiltyG565
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I've just been looking through this guide on how to install the Mobius dash cam, but the guide is for a newer Focus (Mk 2 C-max?), but I have the Mk1 TDDI, so I was wondering, in place of the stated fuse used in the guide, 108, should I instead use fuse F50 on my own Focus?

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Fuse 108 is the one for "Accessory to cluster (Audio and Navigation System)"?

On a MK1 fuse 50 is "Radio Central Timer".

So you can choose the best feed here's the fuse list on a MK1/1.5

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Fuse 108 is the one for "Accessory to cluster (Audio and Navigation System)"?

On a MK1 fuse 50 is "Radio Central Timer".

So you can choose the best feed here's the fuse list on a MK1/1.5

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attachicon.gifMK1 2.jpg

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Thanks! :)

So do you think I could/should use fuse F50? From what I know of the central timer, it turns the lights and stuff on as soon as you unlock the door, doesn't it? So if it's wired in to that, the camera should start right away as soon as I get in the car, and should stop shortly after leaving. Is that right?

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