Re: KC LIGHTS WONT WORK, HELP!!
A 25 amp fuse will be alright, but no more. If that fuse blows, you have a problem somewhere in the wiring that you need to track down.
Just because the lights were installed "professionally" doesn't mean the job was done any better than the kid next door could have done for a six pack and a pack of smokes. I had an aftermarket alarm "professionally" installed in my `96 when it was new. When something eventually shorted out / came loose and the truck wouldn't even crank over, the last thing on my mind was the possibility of the alarm. I had to pay the dealer about $200 just to tell me that the alarm was wired with bubble gum and Scotch tape... a "professionally installed" paper clip was used to jump power to an alarm circuit when it came loose, it disabled the part of the alarm that allows the truck to start.
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