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Depends how much power you need. Why not use the auxiliary 12V (cigarette lighter socket)?

Or a piggy back fuse tap thing in the fuse box behind the glove compartment?

It's easy to feed a cable into the engine compartment through a gap at the top of the front wing by the door. Cut to 2m33s in this video.
 

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Depends how much power you need. Why not use the auxiliary 12V (cigarette lighter socket)?
Thanks for that Paul, I'll check it out on Monday.

The 12v socket that comes with the car is rated at maximum 120w... this is enough for both the things I want to run (both are 120w) but gave that they are right at the top end of the maximum rating and they would be running for sometime, I thought it might be best to get a higher rated 12v socket that connects directly to the battery.
 
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