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Hello all, I'm a long time ford Mustang guy, but I just purchased my first Shelby, a 2017 GT350 w/ the Convenience Package last weekend. I simply love this car. I do have a couple of questions though, likely due to my new entry to the Shelby family and not knowing any GT350 owners beyond myself. Firstly, the dome lights do not seem to function. I click the button, but they won't turn on. I assume this is a fuse issue, but as I dig through the owners manual I'm not able to find a related fuse. The closest thing I found was for something called a 'demand light', which sounds like something altogether different. Any thoughts on this issue? Secondly, the lights in the vanity mirrors and the glove box glow blue. I thought this was something I could simply set with a MyColor option for interior lighting, but I don't seem to have that option. Do all of the 2017 GT350s have blue lights, or am I simply missing something? Thanks so much for any feedback! I look forward to chatting with you all in the coming months! ~Mike
Was setting up switched 12v DC power for a cloud-linked Escort 360 Max Radar Detector and switched 12v DC power for a driving camera. Had a hard time locating a diagram for the 2016 Shelby GT350 passenger interior fuse panel but found one here http://diagrams.hissind.com which requires no cost registration. The main fuse panel in on the passenger fender well inside the engine compartment forward of the battery area, not used for these connections. The interior fuse panel is in a particularly difficult to see completely/directly, and also difficult reach individual fuses physically unless you're a contortion artist. you can use your smart phone to take a photo of the to see what you're dealing with. Also a pair of fine needle-nose pliers will be needed to pull the selected mini/micro/micro 2 fuse(s). Be careful - it's easy to drop a fuse in the process of pulling it out, and there are a lot of open/unused fuse slots. Recommend taking a photo or used the attached PDF doc for reference. It's a very cramped, uncomfortable, inconvenient work area. Note - the molded-in position numbers read upside down as mounted in the vehicle. The interior fuse panel is low forward on the outer bulkhead in the passenger foot well area. It's a triangular shaped black plastic pull out panel. If you have floor mats, remove them. A cool (temperature) LED flood light is nice for lighting up this dark area. The front edge has spring retaining clips, the rear edge (towards passenger) has slide up for release, slide down for reinstall plastic retainer tabs. *Caution* do NOT just jerk the panel outwards - you'll damage/break the rear plastic tabs. Making the required connections: Used the supplied power cord for the driving camera tapped into the Position 23, 10 amp fuse. Used a Micro 2 blade fuse parallel tap (see photo) with 5 amp for the camera, retaining the original 10 amp for the host circuit. You can source this fuse tap at your local auto parts store or via Amazon. Tapped the radar detector power from a switched 12v DC pin and ground in the back of rearview mirror power multi-connector plug. Used a Mirror tap cord with a RJ-11 connector at the detector end - info at this link https://www.mirrortap.com/ Unfortunately the forum attachment limits won't allow the 300 kb PDF attachment I made, so you'll have to go to the site above http://diagrams.hissind.com/2016-mustang-passenger-compartment-fuse-panel-diagram/ to see the fuse tables. I've attached a (fair not great) photo of an actual 2016 GT350 interior fuse panel panel and the fuse tap we used. I'd assume the fuse panel would be the same for the USA 2015-2018 GT350's, I believe EU Mustangs have a different fuse panel diagram. Hope you all find this info useful. Even though this is a straight-forward/simple job, it took a while to pull this info and the parts together. We post a lot to vehicle tech forums - have Jeeps, 4xtrucks, trailers, classic cars, RV, 4xTLB, even an AWD Subaru Outback, and old and new GT350's aside, love diesel powered equipment.