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Fusebox should be easy and safe to get both.

Fuses #10, 11, and 12 should have constant power. Fuse #9 should have switched power, and fuse #8 should have switched power that is fed by a current-dropping relay.

You can often find male terminals poking out of the back of the fuse holders that you can simply slip a female spade lug onto. Make sure you're on the "downstream" side of the fuse--the one that doesn't get any power when the fuse is removed or is popped.

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