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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10th September 2019, 15:04 Thread Starter
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Does any one know how to hide satnav cable behind the dashboard, it all looks solid, 2015 B-Max
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The best way is to mount it high up, pop the cable under the roof lining, then down the door post into yhe fuse box (you need to take out the glove compartment to get to that).
The door post cover just pops off if you flick it up with a trim remover or plastic scraper (you could use a screwdriver if you're careful).
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Thanks for the quick reply i will have a look and get mi mate to do it
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The best way is to mount it high up, pop the cable under the roof lining, then down the door post into yhe fuse box (you need to take out the glove compartment to get to that).
The door post cover just pops off if you flick it up with a trim remover or plastic scraper (you could use a screwdriver if you're careful).
Hi Any clue what fuse to use for dash cam and so on?


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It depends whether you want it to switch on with the ignition (as I do) or have it running all the time using a motion detection mode. I can't remember which fuse mine is connect to off hand. In any event, the fuses are shown in the manual.

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