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Article written by MoabMan

Date Added: 05/30/2006

Everyone needing to add some type of electrical device from a CB Radio to internal LED lighting has run into the dilemma of just how to hook up the required hot (power) wire.

Sure you can always run a power line straight off the battery, but this looks sloppy and could potentially be a fire hazard if the wire gets next to something too hot under the hood. So what are you to do for a hot wire?
A short trip down to the local auto parts store and you can pick up an Add-A-Circuit. This handy little device replaces one of the factory fuses and allows for an additional fused hot line to come directly off your fuse box. A nice feature to this little circuit is that it contains two fuses. One fuse for the original space on the fuse box and a second fuse for the additional hot line.

Final Thoughts

Having used this Add-A-Circuit a few times I have to say I love it. You get a nice professional look and it?s really simple to do. The only limiting factor to this device is the manufacturer?s limit of 10 amp fuse.

Cost: $6.99 from local Autozone
Comes in both a mini or full size fuse

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