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Battery feed
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Lots of content regarding this recently.
Who has,on a Mk3,successfully taken a feed from the battery to the passenger compartment and what route did this take?
And is anyone going to own up!
To say citroen wouldnt reccomend doing it is ,imho ,wrong as there are vacant 'spanner'-type fuse holders fitted to the top of the battery

I found it an absolute swine-on my '10 plate I ended up with the wire sharing a grommet with another cable -not ideal.
Luckily with this '12 model I found a permanent live at the fuse area so didnt need to do it.
There must be a way?
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