Test which keyed circuit has the same voltage as your battery or very close to cuz there will be a drop in the length of wire, also in run position. 3 amp fuse yes. and make sure you have a really good ground😎
the fuse block on your '85 has 2-3 BUSS bars , one supplies battery ( on all the time ) power to several fuses , the other supplies "keyed" ON power to several fuses ,another has key ON and ACC . you MAY have an empty fuse opening that has the keyed power to one side of the missing fuse and nothing in the other side , on the back side of the fuse block you can find that area and install from there , with a fuse ....always.
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