What size fuse do I need for a car radio?

Answer From lesser to greater amperage, the fuse choices for a car radio are ATC (knife fuse); AGU (barrel fuse); and ANI (wafer fuse). To know the size you need, determine the total amps drawn from your ... Read More »

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What size fuse do I need for a 2,000-watt amp?

You should use a 100-amp fuse rating for a 2,000-watt amp. If the 2,000-watt amplifiers would intermittently draw 200 amps (less than a second), the fuse most likely will not blow. However, if they... Read More »

What size fuse is used in a 2005 Pontiac G6?

ATM style fuses are used in 2005 Pontiac G6s. Fuse ratings range from 2 Amp (used in low-voltage lighting circuits, for example) to 60 Amp (used in power seating, for example). Use mid-range rating... Read More »

How to Fix the Radio Fuse on a Jeep?

Jeep vehicles use fuses to protect their electrical circuits. If too much current is drawn through one of the circuits on your Jeep, the metal bridge inside the fuse is designed to melt before the ... Read More »

How to Replace a Car Radio Fuse?

Your vehicle's electrical system is complex, consisting of miles of electrical wiring. Thanks to the manufacturer's commitment to providing you with a safe and perfectly functioning wiring system, ... Read More »