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i don knwo why but my ECU/Cluster/AUDIO furse (next to your feet) keeps blowing.......ill ckeck all all the wires i recentl worked on and if that wont work do you think i can put higher furse? now it is 10 ....shold i try 15 or 20 ......will i damage anything by putigin bigger fuse?
 

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How long is it between the times it blows? Does it blow right when you put one in or does it take it awhile?

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Check all your wiring and make sure you don't have any shorts, then also check to make sure you are using the correct size fuse for that CD Player.

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Something else to check is the current draw for the CD player. Some of the high-power units might have a 15-20 amp fuse, which would indicate that the player needs to be able to draw a lot of power. If that is the case, you need to run another power cable from the CD player to the battery, with a fuse to suit the cable capacity RIGHT NEXT TO THE BATTERY. (Yes, that is important) If you just replace the 10A fuse with a 15-20A one and the wiring shorts somewhere else, you could get into the situation where the wiring gets hot enough to burn before the fuse blows.
 

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so the fuse only blowes when your using your cd player is it stock and dont put in a bigger fuse youll only burn out the wiring instead of fixing the original problem and have the horrible job of rewiring


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I have a fairly big stereo using stock original wiring to run the headunit and have one extra fuse behind the headunit I am only running one set of speakers in the front the rest runs off the amps and the seperate power wire how many speakers have you got running off it eg more speakers more load more chance of fuse blowing


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thx for your help guys , i fixed it . i dont know how but all i did was ckecked all the wires i worked on for past year and re-isolated them
it fixed the problem.....but i still dont know whicdh wire tah was


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