The wire connection directly to the ACC fuse is both unsafe and unprofessional. Using the method you describe, if the LED DRL, or a bare wire causes the fuse to blow, all ACCessories will be disabled. Also, your description doesn't ensure you are connected to the back side of the fuse, anyway. The proper connection would be a quick-tap splice to the back-side wire of the ACC fuse with a separate in-line fuse for the DRL. That way, if the DRL overloads the fuse, only the in-line fuse will be blown and the rest of the ACCessories will still have power.
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