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Old 04-25-2014, 08:55 AM
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I have power to one of the 12 volt outlets but no fuse in the fuse block. This vehicle was exported as an "incomplete vehicle" so an ID plate says on the door frame.
The question is, where the tuner/chip devise plugs into, (which I have the connection under the dash) which wire can I hook power to or hotwire, to power up the Max Micro Superchip 1705, so I can set up the "tow" mode? This is the main purpose for use of this vehicle.
Any help on this problem please?

Towing on "ambulance power" mode doesn't seem right!
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