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100 amp battery fuse assembling

I blew the 100 amp fuse on the positive battery terminal so I bought new fuse, but I don't remember well how to hook up with other two lines. I think each line goes to fuse in order.

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Just hook fuse on one side to battery + and hook any other wires
to the other side of fuse .But kook the wires first then kook the fuse to the the battery.
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SOURCE: 100 Amp fuse keeps blowing

I just had that problem and I was hooking up my neg/pos cables backwards... haha it was really confusing because they aren't clearly marked. That's definetely an easy fix!

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: i hooked up an amp for my stereo everything

Your amp as nothing to do with your car runnig bad. Your engine has a problem. It's miss fireing may be do to bad coil or even spark plugs or spark wires

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I replace the battery in

There could be a lot of severe damage to the electrical system including blown computer modules. I would refer the problem to a professional shop in your area.

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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SOURCE: I changed the battery and

At a guess, I'd say that you have got the new battery in back to front. This means that you are hooking the earth wires to the Positive side of the battery.

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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SOURCE: Why would the main in-line fuse keep blowing on a 1984 Dodge with slant 6 engine?

You have a short somewhere. Disconnect the positive terminal on the battery and check for continuity with an ohms meter. Take the blown fuse out and check the same on both sides of the fuse receptor. If you hold one side to a ground and touch the other side to a positive terminal, you will get an ohms reading if there is a short. If no short, the ohms meter will do nothing.

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