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I think that there may be a short in my car audio bc a fuse blows every time

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  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    i think that there may be a short in my car
    audio bc a fuse blows every time ??????????



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The fuse trips for a reason, probably blown output stage ..needs a service or replacement

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