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Old 06-23-2004, 07:35 AM   #15
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Andy, is that actual fuse any different from the one that goes in the hot (positive) side of the circuit - or are they identical fuses?



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The 50 amp "ground" fuse was installed to protect the system in the event someone installed a battery backwards.

It's a good safety feature.


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That 50 amp fuse is "exactly" the same as the one in the charge line.


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