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If your ACC fuse burns out when you do not heat up your car is it a wire?


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2015-03-05 23:55:43
2015-03-05 23:55:43

A fuse blow when ever the amperage is to high for the circuit. Either there is a short (to ground or positive), the connections are corroded, wire gauge is too thin or it is the wrong fuse. Never put in a fuse larger than recommend for the circuit, it could cause a fire.


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