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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2005 5:21 am 
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Hey guys, I have the 2004 Liberty Sport. I was looking under the dash to find a fuse box just for a couple of seconds and didn't see it. Where is it?? BTW there is a hook up under the dash to the right of the steering wheel. What is that??

I am trying to hook 4 led lights under the dash and I am not sure how I am going to do it with out a fuse box. Hopefully I am really blind and just didn't see it. If not any ideas are welcome. Thanks guys!

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The fuse panel is on the side of the dask when you open the door. You will see a pull tab on the bottom to remove the panel. The connector to the right of the steering wheel on the diag connector. This is used to read the codes from the computer with a code scanner.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2005 10:44 am 
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awesome thank you! is that factory wires going into the fuse box or is that a special wire / fuse?

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Those arent factory wires. I added quite a few stuff that need their own power and haven gotten around to cleaning up my fusebox area (how often do i have to look in there anyway :lol:

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I believe that hookup under the dash is your OBDII diagnostic port, nothing to worry about untill you get a check engine light.

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billforde wrote:
Those arent factory wires. I added quite a few stuff that need their own power and haven gotten around to cleaning up my fusebox area (how often do i have to look in there anyway :lol:


Today was the first time. Where are you grounding the stuff?

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billforde, where did you get those add a circuits, i think thats what they are called. The little things with extra fuses in them. I looked for some of those and couldnt find them.

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billforde, where did you get those add a circuits, i think thats what they are called. The little things with extra fuses in them. I looked for some of those and couldnt find them.

Got them at PepBoys. I think Autozone may also carry them.

As for grounding, i normally use any bolt that is attached to the chassis, that is closest to the equipment i am adding.

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