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My fuses keep blowing and they share a fuse with the interior lights

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If you are running an amp it needs to have a dedicated power line with a fuse break this fuse break will make sure that you dont blow the amp do to a power surge. The bigger the wire the better, also make sure ground is good bare metal and clean.

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