No. A T2AH fuse is a high-breaking capacity type whereas a T2L is low-breaking capacity. Often, High-breaking capacity fuses have ceramic (hence stronger) tubes and low-breaking capacity fuses have glass tubes. High-breaking capacity fuses are able to protect against higher short-circuit currents than low-breaking capacity ones (which could explode under the same conditions).
The current rating is 2A (2 amps).
The amperage of a T2L 250v fuse is typically 8 amps. It is a misconception that it has an amperage of 3.
Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights
the cig lighter and the radio run off the same fuse. if you find the cig lighter fuse..... you find the radio fuse. i had the same problem ;)
THEY MAY ALL BE ON THE SAME FUSE, CHECK THE FUSE BOX FOR A BLOWN FUSE
its the same fuse as the lighter.. needs a 15 fuse...
The horn fuse is the same as the stop lamp fuse
Door lock fuse is the same as the interior light fuse its a 10amp fuse
It is the same fuse as the cigarette lighter.
I asked myself the same question on my car and realized that its the same fuse as your cigarette lighter!
AnswerYes, they are on the same fuse, in the fusebox
Should be the same fuse as the radio
Should be the same as the stop light fuse
i was told its the same fuse as the interior light
This fuse is located in the dash fuse box. Upper fuse box, top row, 3rd from the left, a blue 15 amp fuse. On the recent models of the VW Transporter TDI Diesel for example, the Fuse is 3 from the right hand end. Same row, same box, same colour/rating.
my understanding of the term diode fuse is a diode that fits into a circuit the same as a fuse does for ease of replacement the ones i have used are the same shape as a two prong car fuse and fit the same type holder it makes it very easy to locate broken diodes as they are located in a fuse box and can be remove without tools
If your fuse panel is the same as the 95, check fuse #9 under the dash.
The fuse that controls this is the same as the cigarette lighter fuse (15 Amp)
cavalier the older ones the fuse for the cigarette lighter is the same as the horn fuse.
Fuse# 33 a 10amp also on same fuse is cruise control and gauges
You simply unscrew it counterclockwise. Get a new fuse of the same rating and screw it back in.
No. Always replace a fuse with the same type and rating.
Both headlights are controlled by the same fuse. The location of the fuse, in the fuse box, can be found on the inside of the fuse box cover.
the same as what came out