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Old 07-18-2013, 03:00 PM   #1
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Which Fuse to pull on 03 Honda Accord

Im going to flat tow my Honda Accord. Can anyone tell me which fuse to pull so as not to run my battery down?

I just had blue ox installed and seperate lights run will use the house power for the tail lights on the Honda.

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Old 07-18-2013, 03:27 PM   #2
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I towed a 2004 Honda Element for years did not have to remove fuse also had a blue ox setup. I now tow a Buick Enlclave CLX but have to remove Bat 1 fuse or will drain battery. Hope this helps instruction in your manual should tell you if you need to remove fuse.
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Dale, thanks for the quick reply. I have been checking and it looks like I may not need to pull a fuse. Will give you guys a report after the weekend.

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We are back from the weekend test run pulling my Honda Accord. No fuse to pull. you only do that if you have nav. Easy to hook up very easy to pull. Happy Camper here.

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We are back from the weekend test run pulling my Honda Accord. No fuse to pull. you only do that if you have nav. Easy to hook up very easy to pull. Happy Camper here.

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We tow a '05 Odyssey, no nav and you DO have to run a charge line or you will have a dead battery after a day of travel.
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Mr D, can you tell me how do I run a charge line? Sorry for the dumb question.
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Glad it worked out for you
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