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Old 05-02-2009, 01:50 AM   #1
habitatxskate
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Default 5 amp fuse okay?

i wired up two lights like the ones you'd find connected to an aftermarket gauge that i ran through a little led switch i had laying around and i was wondering if a 5 amp fuse would be the proper one to use. i haven't decided where these lights will be placed, maybe in the center console and by the cupholder. could i run another light or two?

also any input on where you'd put some lights would be cool too
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Old 05-02-2009, 03:00 PM   #2
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Small lamps usually require less than 250 milliamps apiece and really more like 100 milliamps of current draw so really a 2 amp fuse would be alright to run the lights. The proper size wiring gauge should also be selected for the circuit. If you are using a 18 gauge wire that would be fine for what you are doing.
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