You would need to know the weakest point in the power distribution and you'd need to know the peak and nominal current draw in Amperes. If it's a device that uses a surge of current at startup but only a fraction of that during normal operation, you would need a "slow-blow" fuse. If the current draw is consistent you would need a conventional fuse. Still have no idea what the "head unit" is that you're trying to fuse.
watts Divided by Volts = amps
The correct size fuse is determine by the size wire used in that circuit. In a kitchen you would use AWG # 12 wire which requires the use of a 20 amp fuse. An electric cloths dryer would require AWG # 10 wire with a 30 amp fuse. The fuse or breaker always corresponds to the size wire not the appliance being used.
Open fuse box, locate correct fuse using the fuse diagram, and replace the blown fuse. www.nationalautoinc.com
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Which fuse is correct on for duel pump relay for 1999 cadillic catra
The relay just plugs into the fuse/relay box, installing it means reading the owners manual to determine the correct location and plugging it in.
Replace a blown fuse with the correct fuse that it calls for. There is a reason the manufacturer put it in there.
The fuse will blow as soon as you turn it on. Use the correct fuse and nothing else.
If the manufacturer of the equipment recommends a 6.3 amp fuse then that is what should be used in the device.If it is an emergence to get the equipment up and running a substitution fuse should be no higher than 7 and no lower than 6 amps. Once the correct fuse is obtained change out the temporary fuse for the fuse with the correct rating of 6.3 amps.
Use the correct fuse and nothing else.
NO! Using a larger amp fuse defeats the purpose of the fuse to protect the wiring in the circuit. This can cause a fire. Always use the correct amp fuse for that circuit.
Normally it's located under the hood in the fuse box next to the battery. Under the cover should tell you which fuse is the correct one.
The fuse box under the hood next to the battery. Check your owners manual, it will give you the correct fuse location in fuse box.
There is a fuse for the windshield washer pump, on your 1999 Ford Ranger. You can locate the correct fuse by looking at the diagram on the inside of the fuse box.
I have looked at every fuse and I ca not find where this fuse would be located. I don't know If it a fuse fuse in the engine can you please me. thanks again
Due to a over or underloaded system, ensure that the correct rated fuse is installed, over or under amperage can cause a fuse to be blown.
Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
Read the label.
Read your governing documents to determine who owns the fuse panel, the unit owner or the association. As well, your board can help you determine who is responsible to fix/replace the panel and who is responsible for paying for it.
Fuses are rated in amps not watts. You just replace the fuse with one of the exact same amp rating as the one that blew. The fuse is protecting the wiring which you normally cannot change. For that reason you must use the correct rated fuse.
Watts divided by volts = amps
Watts divided by volts = amps
Fuse. Should be by the pedals in the fuse box. If you follow the numbers on the instructions on the box door, it should lead you too the correct fuse.
under the hood on the drivers side. There is a fuse box. just lift the cover and locate the correct fuse.