Re: I think I did this wrong
Just ditch the switched fuse thingy and wire it up to a switch. Leave the switch on when you are running the truck like normal and then shut it off when you want to listen to the radio. Also, if you locate the switch only where you know where it is then it can act as your anti-theft device.
The only thing I was able to use from the AirDog II wire harness was the plug at the pump. I cut that off and wired it up to my own relay, inertia switch, and switch inside the cab. Now I have full control of the pump, and if I hit something or roll over it will shut off. Besides, the AirDog harness was too short for me to use on my crew cab but I do like the quality of wire, relay and fuse holder so I will throw that in a box and use it for something later.
'97 F-350 CC 5-spd, Pyro, fuel and boost gauges, Banks intercooler, H2E turbo, Adrenaline HPOP, huge clutch, custom ADII regulated fuel system. Should be about 500 hp at the rear, don't know about torque. THIS IS MY BATTLE TANK- Project in Process