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This is a discussion on Atm Fuse Tap question within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Looking to hook up my boost gauge this weekend. One thing I'm confused about is the fuse tap that I ...

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    Atm Fuse Tap question

    Looking to hook up my boost gauge this weekend. One thing I'm confused about is the fuse tap that I got is 10amp, if I were to
    tap into a fuse that is already 10amp and add the 3amp that I got for the gauge which exceeded the 10amp would that be a problem?

    Sorry my first time installing gauge and messing with fuses.

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    No problem, the 10 amps is the max rating for the entire circuit. Tap into a circuit such as INT LTS (interior lights) which will no way draw anywhere near 10 amps total.

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    Fuse? Lulz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Fuse? Lulz.
    ???

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