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    Fuse box relocation

    Iím in the process of mounting my factory fuse panel into the glove box. Having a bit of trouble getting it to fit well, just seeing what other people have done there or under the dash. I had it loosely mounted under the dash before, but Iím trying to make it more solid and easily accessible.

    Iíd like to have it a bit closer to the door than how it sits in this pic so I can get to the fuses more easily.



    Already cut the box up, not worried about storage, have more room to work this way.



    Iíd be down for other ideas, I just canít go much further due to length of the wires.




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    If you leave it down low though you could make a cover for it and still actually use your glove box for like gloves and stuff


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