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  1. We have a 2017 CR-V and I would like to install a dashcam to the front. I don’t want cables trailing everywhere and I am aware that Nextbase do a hard-wired adaptor for their dashcams. This would mean running a cable along the roof lining and down the pillar to the dashboard and fuse box. I have had a look and can see that there is an internal fuse box roughly where the driver’s right knee is, underneath the dashboard. The Nextbase adapter requires the removal of a fuse, the adaptor plugs into where the fuse was removed from and then the removed fuse sits ‘piggy back’ on the adaptor. I would be grateful if somebody is able to confirm that the fuse box to which I have referred is the correct one? And Secondly, if at all possible, which is the best fuse to use. I think possibly 27 as, according to the manual, it is for the front console ‘accessory socket’ – (I assume that is cigarette lighter?). This is only live when the ignition is on. Thanks Mark
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