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Blowing fuses it keeps blowing the 10 amp fuse on the back of the brain...any idea why??

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You may have the rem wire hooked up to the yellow 12v battery wire located on your harness. try yellow to yellow and if your rem is not working correctly when is hooked blue to blue put in on the red ignition wire located on your harness. should solve the problem. or return it

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