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In the second and third images, starting at the top and working to the right: Top row - Fans Windows Sun roof Middle row - Antilock Brakes (ABS) Radio Brake lights Fog lights (?) Window Window Coupe Console - someone says it is "Consumer for clock / radio" (?) Horn Wiper ALIM/UCH - manual says "common power" (?) Third row - Interior lights ...
Try circuit #34 or #35. You don't necessarily have to do this in the vehicles fusebox. For instance; when I used to install a lot of Alpine audio/visual equipment, their ceiling-mounted LCD/DVD players had LEDs which required wiring up separately. So I would splice their power-feed directly into (out of) the original interior light's pre-existing wiring ...
We wired our LED's to interior light via switch on door as interior light stay's on for a while until car is locked.
On a modern car, the ECUs (electronic control units) will be deciding when different functions will work. For example, it knows to switch power to the window circuits until you open and close the door. The ECU could be controlling a relay that switches the power to the windows off when you shut the door. The fuse that you are connecting to will be before ...
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