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You will encounter many different fuse blocks and fuse types during installation. We found this handy fuse tap at an auto parts store that made installation of the power wire much simpler.

With the ECU bolted in place, install the flexible sleeve over the antenna to 
prevent it from folding up while driving.
When tapping into the reverse wire of the coach, we chose to use a butt connector, rather than the supplied Scotchlok, as the butt connector offers a longer-lasting connection. A steel cross member made a convenient spot for the ECU ground wire.

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