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Jan 6, 3:16pm - #77776 
fuse taps?

question, are you suppose to use two fuses on the 2 slots in order for it to work????

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Jan 6, 3:19pm - #77777 
yes grin

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Jan 6, 3:31pm - #77778 
Originally Posted by RicePowered
yes grin

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i was getting annoyed why it wasnt working
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Jan 6, 4:40pm - #77779 
where did you buy those?

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Jan 6, 5:05pm - #77780 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
where did you buy those?

pepboys/autozone in the fuse aisle smile

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Jan 6, 11:11pm - #77781 
where can you get those? they would be nice to have, local autozone said they didn't have any.

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Jan 6, 11:15pm - #77782 
yeah...my autozone doesnt have em either!

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Jan 7, 12:45am - #77783 
actually i got mines from pepboys i assumed autozone would have it too confused

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Jan 7, 2:58pm - #77784 
That's a good one...
Make my life easier from trying to squeeze the wire into the fuse... rofl


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Jan 7, 2:59pm - #77785 
It would be nicer if the fuse connect on top of it.. instead of the side way so that it doesn't block the fuse that is next to...


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Jan 7, 3:05pm - #77786 
I agree with you there. On the celica thats not a big deal as you can see from the photo, but on my brothers eclipse (which has a small fuse panel) he could only fit three taps because the the side slot design.

But at the same time those are a god send, I have my EL wire, neons, and overlay all hooked up with fuse taps.

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Jan 7, 9:02pm - #77787 
one pepboys and one autozone down more to check..all they have are the big fuse taps cry

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Jan 7, 9:27pm - #77788 
Try any A&A auto stores, that's where I found mine.

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Jan 8, 1:07pm - #77789 
hey how do these work i put the 10 in the second slot and whatever i am replacing put in the other slot...its says not to exceed 10 amps so how am i suppose to not do that?

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Jan 8, 1:12pm - #77790 
neons will not exced that, if thats what your hooking up.

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Jan 8, 3:26pm - #77791 
well i put one 10 and one 5 in each is that fine? oh yeh if a neon is broke or burned out will it show...mine doesnt work after a week and i cant figure it out!

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Jan 8, 3:34pm - #77792 
the fuse you replace should go in the bottom slot and the new 10 in the top, as you can see in the photo (all the reds are 10s).

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Jan 8, 3:46pm - #77793 
thats what i thought put the 15 in the bottom ajnd the ten so this wont cause any damge even though the fuse was 15 now it is 25? any clue on the noen...shit wont work but it is a week old and i see no signs of burn out or hear andything rattle

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Jan 8, 3:52pm - #77794 
no its not a 25, its a 15 and a 10 side by side. When you use a fuse tap your just adding anothe slot, so your new 10 has nothing to do with the power going through the 15.

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Jan 8, 3:55pm - #77795 
If it won't work check all your connections, ground and power. Most times its just and bad ground connection. Make sure you did not cross your power and ground wires. Did you tap the right fuse, is your switch hooked up right? Also did your splice, crimp, or solder.

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Jan 8, 4:00pm - #77796 
k i know i did it right ive done it 100 times awell not really 100 but i did two today and two last week i reconnected disconnected and all over agai and nothing i think the wire may have been pinched by the zip tie that was holding it on ver y very tight so im going back at it tomorrow its too cold and dark out lol...back to the fuse tap so i should put the 15 and the 10 all in the one fuse tap?

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Jan 8, 4:20pm - #77797 
sorry bout this question, but can someone tell me wut is going on there in the picture? i know its the fusebox but whats connected to it? are they connections to neon lights or wut? and how/why you did that(ducktape wire, fuse outside...)
sorry but i have no knowledge of fuses and their numbers.
thanx in advance

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