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Fuse raiting does this amp, have a fuse raiting of 60amp

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  • vacirca Nov 13, 2007

    does the pioneer 760 mosfet ( model number: gm-x962), have a fuse raiting of 60 amps\

  • vacirca Nov 14, 2007

    i know that, but im talking for the power wire set up from the battery, i have the 2-25 amp fuses in the back already

  • vacirca Nov 15, 2007

    so if i am running an 8 gauge wire, with a 60amp fuse, it will not over load the amp and if it does the 2-25 fused on the back of the amp will blow?



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It's supposed to have two 25 amp fuses.

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

  • Perry Babin Nov 14, 2007

    The fuse in the main power wire is determined by the size of the wire. The amp is protected by the on-board fuses.



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