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Does anyone know which side of an '04 R, Driver's door fuseblock is hot? I'm doing a fuse tap for my V1, but don't have a tester with me at home, and don't want to wait until Monday to get one. If I just pick a side to put the tap in, will I harm the car or my device if it is not the hot side?<p>Thanks. And yes, I know this isn't exactly R related, but I double posted in the Audio forum as well.<p>
 

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Re: "Hot" Side of '04 Fuseblock? (needsdecaf)

I think the feed side is the left and the load side is the right.<br>If you are on the "wrong" side, all it will do is add the fuse to your already fused V1.<br>Use the 12v outlet fuse, it's usally the least used.
 

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Re: "Hot" Side of '04 Fuseblock? (needsdecaf)

In my car, the hot side is to the left, that is you should connect the wire in the right side if you want if protected by a fuse. My car is euro spec, I do not know if it's different for us spec car's.<br>
 
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