Professional way to tap a fuse box
I'm looking for a good/clean/safe way to the tap the fuse box under my steering column ('02 RSX-S). I know that I have a fuse slot open and powered (I'm using the fuse jack assigned to a 'Canada only' feature), I just need a good/professional way to tap it. I went to autozone and they had something that turns 1 fuse jack into 2 (basically a break out box) with a 12V lead coming off of it. It would have been perfect, except they were pretty explicit about not using anything over a 10A fuse, and I was looking to use a 15A one (This is going to my M1-ATX) and the 12V lead coming off was a 14 gauge crimping, and I'm trying to use 10 gauge for my power leads.
Also, I'd rather not solder anything to my car as I want this to be as reversable as possible.
So, my question is: Do you guys know of any fuse break out boxes that I can slide in or out easily that can handle 15A and can accomodate 10 gauge? Maybe point me to a specialty car part website? I want to do this right and not half *** anything.
Thanks for all your help, I do appreciate it
'fusing a new lead near the battery'
How would I do that? Tap the hood fusebox? Or do you mean actually solder my wire onto the battery lead? Cause I'm not looking to do that. And I'd rather not have to solder my wire onto an existing wire...
And is there any reason that I shouldn't use the interior fusebox?