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post #4 of (permalink) Old 05-21-2001, 05:10 AM
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Re: Backup Lights

Anton if your fuse are sized correctly fuse should blow
before a meltdown occurs. Week ago replace front to rear
wire hornace some person over fused on defective trailer
hitch lights caused total melt down on all wires knock out
all rear lights and gas gauage. Orginal rear backup lights
pull a load of 3.78 Amp. rate Sam back up light wire 7 amp
max. hornace and 10amp open air continous. Back up light
switch on trans is a different story switch is really
to small to even operate oem back lights continous.

I agree zukidude post relay and extra wire my save you in
big time.



 
 
 
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