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Old 01-22-2013, 10:54 PM   #1
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finding the right fuse?

Hey guys,

I have my amp and sub set up working now... but not exactly how I want it. I have the remote wire tied into the power wire and I just use a switch.

So.. Im sick of this switch lol... Its just a pain in the ass, so I bought an add a fuse so I could just connect remote wire into the fuse box. I tried adding the fuse to "sync" and headlights. The sub is still constantly on even when keys are not in ignition. Am I using the wrong fuse or whats wrongs lol? I want it to turn on when car is on.


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