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Power to Power windows on 2016 JKU

Looking for help on wiring up my power windows on 2016 Jeep Wrangler JKU. Currently I have attached the power wire to the ign wire. When window are rolling up and under load it pops the 10amp fuse which is to be expected. I didn't realize that the Ign wire wasn't attached to a higher amp fuse when I installed this. So after researching I want to attach the power to the CB1 in fuse box like the factory does. Just not sure how to do this the correct way.
Thoughts on attaching this power wire to fuse m9. I already have my DRL attached to this for my LED Halo headlights and fog lights with a fuse tap. Would it be wise to make that fuse tap a 25amp fuse and attach power to that while keeping the halo's attached to it. So just tying everything into one. The halos draw something like .5 or .05amp. Can't remember the specs on the lights but it's low.
I'm trying to hook this up the best way to protect the jeep and blow it up.
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