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Thinking of getting a dashcam for the Citigo but having seen how confined the fusebox is under the steering column I'm wondering if someone can shed some light on how they have hardwired a dashcam into a Citigo.
In my Barge the fuse box is at the driver's end of the dashboard behind the removable end panel. There's no interior cover for the fusebox itself, (once you have removed the dashboard end panel), so you can easily use a piggyback fuse to hardwire in the dashcam supply. In the Citigo though the fusebox has a cover and I must admit I'd say you wouldn't be able to use a piggyback fuse and still be able to have the cover on the fusebox.
So..... Am I right in this theory? Is anyone able to provide pictures or info on how they have hardwired a dashcam into the fusebox of the Citigo?
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Not seen this fuel stealing trick before but seems too easy and simple to get away with.
Wife was parked on slight incline across from our house and someone has put a screw into the fuel sump and drained almost all the fuel, anyone got suggestions how to stop this occuring again? Is there an alternative harder fuel sump? The plastic looks so soft you could this by hand with a long Posi screwdriver.. We can try park on the flat outside house but we have 2 cars, seems a crime you cannot defend against....
We are claiming on insurance but what can we do to protect the little citigo.....
On Monday night a Quad bike on same street run out of petrol usual chavvy hoodlems, too much of a coincedence (i know who they are) but its proving, the police on the phone have told the wife...
''you must have driven over a screw or something'', i explained the flow rate of the fuel would be dribbling out continously, not in patches as it has been transferred from a tray to other containers! The police dont want to know so we are on our own with this.
any helpful suggestions..?