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Bigger Is Badder
If you keep popping fuses in your factory fuse block, don’t just put a bigger fuse in it. Yes, it is often a pain in the butt to find why the fuse is popping. Causes can range from a bad firewall connection to bad grounds to oxidized wires, and more. But if you don’t spend the time to find the problem, you can create new problems. We’ve melted wires, gotten fuse blocks hot enough so they couldn’t hold fuses anymore, and fried the component that the fuse was supposed to be protecting.

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