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      2021 RTL-E, Lunar Silver Metallic
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      Read post 21. You should NEVER use fuse taps for high current devices!!!
      The taps mentioned in Post #2 are rated for 15amp.

      You can add a tap that will flow the current you need to an existing fuse location that will supply at least that amount of current. Installed correctly, the original fuse and the added fuse will be in parallel. The back of the fuse block with the source will exceed the value of the original fuse.
       
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      2022 RTL-E Crystal Black Pearl
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      The taps mentioned in Post #2 are rated for 15amp.

      You can add a tap that will flow the current you need to an existing fuse location that will supply at least that amount of current. Installed correctly, the original fuse and the added fuse will be in parallel. The back of the fuse block with the source will exceed the value of the original fuse.
      The rating of the tap is irrelevant. If the OP uses that fuse boxes circuit feature...AND turns on his seat heaters, he will blow the main fuse every time.
       

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