mine blows alot too.... weird, I use it to power a small inverter for video games, usually takes months for it to go out though...
05 xe 4x4
Go: aFe stg2, TBS, TB coolant bypass, flowmaster Y pipe w/borla pro XS muffler, BD PP, DT LT headers
Ext: 2.5" leveling kit, Fabtech add-a-leaf, PRG UCAs, SAW Piggybacks in rear 3" body lift, 33x15.5 Swamper TSL/Sx on 16.5x14" Weld mountain crushers polished, ventshades, 5% tint all around, n-fab steps, PRG traction bars
Int: wet okole seat covers front and back, custom 7" screen cut into last fold down pocket of over head console. active 3 way front stage 8" Peerless SLS woofers in doors, 4" xtant XSC/morel mids at a-pillars in glass pods (gloss black painted) and (Blau VC100 rainbow cal25 based) tweets run off an audio art 260.6xe, preamped via arc audio eq
substage always chaging, sundown NSv1, 2.6 cubes @ 38hz single 6" psp port, 1ohm on a single saz-2000d, hoping to change the box to something a little larger and maybe do a kerf port with about 45in^2
I'd love to know where exactly that fuse is because I have checked all my fuses and they seem to be fine yet that socket does not work. I can't find anywhere on any of the labels which fuse it is supposed to be.
if they both run off the same fuse then i have a wiring problem. b/c the one on the right works and the one on the left doesn't. When i bought the truck neither on the dash worked but the one in the console worked. Kinda looked like the fuse was blown for the dash so i switched it with the console fuse. Now the console doesn't work and the right plug works. So obviously fuse is blown. But is the left one on its own fuse? Or do i have a wiring issue somewhere??
There is def. one fuse for each outlet. I just changed 2 of the 3. Two of them are on the left column of fuses in the cab. One of them is on the right column. All 3 are clearly listed on the fuse chart that is on the cover.
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