Question about 2005 Volkswagen Jetta
Normal domestic/automotive fuses don't have "voltage" ratings as such. They have CURRENT ratings in amps-A or milliamps-mA (1/100 of an amp). Thus 0.5A = 500mA.
Typical car "blade" fuse ratings vary from 5A to 15, 25 or even 30A. The current rating is shown on the fuse itself or the colour of the fuse body (yellow, red, green etc). I'm not sure if their is a standard between body colour and rating in Amps.
Domestic fuse wire ratings (little used these days due to circuit breakers being used) are typically 5A for lighting and 15A for power circuits.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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