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Are there any additional peripherals installed? Sometimes the alarm guy or whoever tap into a live wire not regarding what it controls. Other times a vehicle involved in an accident pinches wires abd it doesn't show up sonetimes for months. The ignition fuse you refer to is which fuse in which fuse box. All the fuses have numbers.

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