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Hello all.. I was hoping for an experienced (here is the right answer not a you should be able to answer) I have setup my 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom so that there is a second (accessory) fuse panel under the seat, see pic below. Currently a direct power cable from the battery to a common post on the "new" fuse panel is being used and everything is working just fine... BUT!!! I would like to wire this "new" fuse panel to a "switched" wire, meaning when I turn off my ignition key the power is cut to this "new" fuse panel. I want to make sure all my accessories have no chance of accidentally being left on and draining my battery. Do I need to worry which "switched" wire I tap into? Remember the "switched" wire I am tapping into is going to power a fuse panel with the potential of 6 accessories... currently on 4 are being used with a total fuse amp of 40 amps. (4 X 10amp fuses) Do I also need to put on a relay in between the switched wire and the positive post of the new fuse panel? Thank you. Mike
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