You may be confused about the fuse. It may be a fuse for a trailer brake controller which is different and goes to trailer brake controller which then puts put battery from the brake controller to a different pin (2) on the seven way.
I would use a meter to locate exactly where the Aux 12V (pin 4) goes, if just ends as a wire without a fuse in line then you need to protect it. On my Winnebago Aux 12V is fed by a 20 Amp circuit breaker and that works fine for me to use for a toad charge line.
If the toad happens to have a real low battery when you connect it to the RV it can pull quite a few amps and if the fuse or circuit breaker is too small it can open the circuit. One way to avoid this is to use an auto-reset circuit breaker, you can buy them at auto parts stores.