E46 M3 2001 Truck switched 12V source

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I wasn't aware that BMW made an truck version of the M3 ;->
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wrote:

ignition switch is turned? I need a place to connect the remote power switch for my sub woofer amp (RF Punch 160). Any advice is appreciated. I just did this for my radar detector. What you want to do is remove the glove box and locate the fuses behind it. Find an empty/unused fuse. Buy an 'add-a-circuit' kit, they basically are a fuse that plugs into the fusebox but has a wire coming out of it. Find a fuse that is switched and use it. A much better description about this is is found at: http://webpages.charter.net/strysnie/M3/V1Install.html
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