Tip & How-To about Car Audio & Video
When installing a car stereo, always i repeat always tape up or put a connector on any and all wires. even if they are not used. you dont want any bare or naked wires flopping around. some of the wires may control the illumination or dash lights. you could mess up alot of stuff. also, make sure the right size fuse is used in your fuse box. if the fuse is supposed to be a 10 amp, put a 10 amp fuse in it. ive seen people use a larger amp fuse or take wire or tin foil and wrap it around a fuse to make it good again. this is one of the worst ideas to have. this could potentially burn down your vehicle. also, if you have an amplifier, or aftermarket fog lights, or anything extra on your battery. make sure you have it fused with the right amp rating fuse. failure to do so will most likely burn the wire, wiring harness, burn your vehicle.... bad idea. always use the right fuse.
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