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Old 02-28-2006, 08:19 AM   #1
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For those that got 'em, what size fuse do you have on the main power lines (coming off the battery)? Mine came with the car, so no paperwork. I finally found the install and owners manuals online, but that'* the one fuse that ain't listed.

Main reason I'm asking is I found some 12v circuit breakers online, that plug in like fuses. Gonna switch over to them, but would like to go with the correct amperage.
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I wouldn't think it would need much, maybe 10A at the most. what is the brand and model?
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It'* an Ungo CS150 (good lucking finding any information on it )
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most Ungo remote starts use 15A for the main power.
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It posts the fuse rating right in the installation manual.

http://www.teamclarion.com/sharedwebdbs/clarionsupport.nsf/c0890b7f77ef3b9b88256ea0005a33c4/0427208e16a7788288256a64006efbdb/$FILE/UNGO%20CS150%20INSTALL.PDF

P.*. I found it in about 5 minutes.
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I was right, it was 15A
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Sonoma, you know your ****
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I have that. it'* the other 2 red wires, that don't say which fuse, that I'm after - All it says is "Connect directly to the vehicle'* battery using the supplied inline fuse holder", but never says what size fuse they supplied, dangit....
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I have that. it'* the other 2 red wires, that don't say which fuse, that I'm after - All it says is "Connect directly to the vehicle'* battery using the supplied inline fuse holder", but never says what size fuse they supplied, dangit....
gotcha, wait 2 shakes (a little longer if it'* bigger, if you know what I mean)
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the feeling is nothing over 30A. Try 25A, if it blows, go to 30A but not more.
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