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Question Fuse Box Slot 29 - Customer Access?

I'm wiring some lights onto my rack on the bed and want to tie them into the fuse box, so I'm looking for a slot that is already wired but not used, and I see #29 is "Customer Access."

Does anybody know what this is?

also, does anybody have a list or diagram that has the color codes for the wires/fuse numbers?
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heres a bump for ya...

Jim has really good wiring diagrams
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heres a bump for ya...

Jim has really good wiring diagrams
I just need a fuse that has power, im close to saying screw it and just wiring it ghetto style
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He!! John, i'd wire it from there. Gotta fuse, plugs' powered up, nothing else is ran from it..id say go for it. I might just find this #29 plug, and re-wire my gauges from it.
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He!! John, i'd wire it from there. Gotta fuse, plugs' powered up, nothing else is ran from it..id say go for it. I might just find this #29 plug, and re-wire my gauges from it.
my problem is figuring out which wire it is behind the fuse box. I have a couple of options on my truck that werent used, like heated seats for example....heated seats is a 30A fuse so it's overkill, but even if I did want to tap into a 10A fuse that wasnt in use I wouldnt know which wire it is.

What's the process behind taking the fuse box apart? I dont want to get too deep into it, burning something out would really tick me off.
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i hear ya...would something like this, work

Cooper Bussmann/ATM fuse tap converts one into two fusible circuits - 10 Amps maximum on added circuit (BP-HHH-RP) | Fuse and Accessories | AutoZone.com
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Yes except I don't think that would fit under the fuse box cover
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fuse

that is exactly what i used for my on board air. and it does fit under the cover in the cab fuse box.
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that is exactly what i used for my on board air. and it does fit under the cover in the cab fuse box.
Interesting, looks like I [you] just found my solution....good thing there's an autozone 1/4mi away from my office!

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I still can't believe nobody knows what the deal is with fuse 29, and that nobody has chimed in about the wire color codes.
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i think that it is # 11 under dash that i used. i want to say it is for wiper and and wiper motor.
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i found this, but the fuse numbers don't match up
2003 https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/non-html/2003/bb_pdf/200-202.pdf

2002 https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas...l/2002/278.pdf

here is the manual i go by for my 03 7.3L
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pubs/content/~WO3F23/~MUS~LEN/36/03f23og5e.pdf

this guide is similar, for the 02...to make sure there is no 6.0 / 7.3 confusion
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pub.../02f23og5e.pdf
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