Choosing fuses on Viofo HK3 Hardwire Kit

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First of all, hello everyone.
This is my first post and first time buying a dash cam.

Just bought an used A129 Duo and a HK3 hardwire kit, but I'm not sure which fuses I should use for the BAT and for the ACC wires.
Could someone help me out?

My car is a diesel 1988 Nissan D21 pickup. This is the fuse diagram:
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Here is some good info from the Viofo site:
 

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I run 2 cameras off a piggy back fuse adapter with a 5 A fuse for the 2 systems.
One system is the viofo A139 in 3 channels, the other is the SG9663DR dual channel system.

But the fuses in my little Suzuki car i am tapped into i think are 10 A ones in my car, the main thing is to stay away from important fuses like airbags - engine management ASO.

With a old car like that it will probably not be a problem to find the 2 fuses to use, one on all the time and the other only on when the car is on.

PS: as your car is a diesel you maybe want to use a boot delay, at least have that in mind when you have installed it.
For finding the fuses in my car i use a very cheap LED probe, but you can also use a multi meter to see what fuse are on all the time and what fuse is ACC
 
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