The rear fuse panel has a 20 amp fuse, #37, that is switched, it’s the one that powers the power receptacle in front of the shifter. Although initially concerned about the difficulty of using the rear fuse panel, tapping into fuse 37 with an Add-A-Circuit is pretty simple. It is easier then messing with the front fuse panel! Full install details and pics on my web site; netwelding.com/reports_vette_info.htm - -Routed all my wires so they were hidden to a high windshield mount.i haven't seen any details on how to run wiring back there
Good info, Jerry, thanks!The rear fuse panel has a 20 amp fuse, #37, that is switched, it’s the one that powers the power receptacle in front of the shifter.
It will be an option in the 2015 C7 to have it integrated into the car. Check out information on the "PDR" which can double as a dash cam while touring.I was looking into wiring a dash cam too. Can't believe with all that technology it is not an option on the C7. Let us know what dashcam you are considering. After seeing all the Russian dashcam clips on youtube, I definitely want one.