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The fuse has a lower AMP that is why it is blown every time you switch on the spotlights. In order for the fuse not to be blown, my suggestion is try the direct connection on the spotlights. Connect the spotlight directly to the battery. Just put a switch on it. If you want to use the spotlights, just press the switch.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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