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Trace the power source from fuse to relay etc and make sure pump is working. if all checks out then check pump working and for preasue at engine. you may have a dammaged fuel line from the tank which would also cause the same problem
Do you mean it blew them again or that it didn't work and the fuse is still intact?
If it blew it again the problem is not the fuses. Instead what you have is a semi-conductor device that has developed a short and that is blowing the fuse. Check any devices in the power supply section, look for signs of damage or heat and also any devices on the heat-sink.
If the fuse did not go and it still doesn't work check the power supply only or the on-off switch.
60 amps times12 volts = 720 watts times 80% effic of conv. = 576 watts available for microwave...
You must have a very tiny microwave as most require at least 1000 watts input power. That might have something to do with blowing the fuse. Since the microwave has a very reactive inout, you need a goodly safety margin above the rated watts input.
this sytem is unable to go past 50 and because its only 80 watts it wont get louder.
80 watts is divided by all the speakers
so a 5.1 system gives 20 watts to the woofer and 15 watts to each of the other 4 speakers.
plus its in rms (root means square)
which means you loose some wattage in fricton so take another 25 to 50 % of the wattage.
so all this said you get what you pay for.
where the fuse is: you don't need a screw driver, use your finger tip and push inward til you feel in push in and turn counter clock wise and poof it comes out....by chance when you take it out, looks at the chrome ends and Notice! # of amps...and how many Watts if you don't know this you'll be in my situation when try to find a replacement. but could you send me what both those are to my [email protected]
Sounds like you may have shorted the ignition lead, normally red). Also some radio manufacturers use a cheap fuse holder on thier radio harness so check the fuse holder and the fuse. Then check the radio fuse in the fuse block of the car. Finally check the wire harness where it plugs into the radio (if applicable) a wire may have pulled out.
Make sure all connections you made are insulated.