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well since you are adding wire and not routing it through that box, that fuse doesnt come into play with this wire.

you want to use a fuse on this wire, to prevent fires.

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i have a 04 cavalier. i want to use 1/0 gauge for the big three whe size fuse would i use from the bat to the alt


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i have a 04 cavalier. i want to use 1/0 gauge for the big three whe size fuse would i use from the bat to the alt

whatever size fuse that the gauge wire will accomodate. 1/0 gauge will accomodate a 300 amp fuse.

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thanks for the answer

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a 1/0 guage wire can with stand an easy 250amps of current for bigger lengths. since my length was short(maybe 3-4feet) i went with a 300a fuse even though I only have a 200a alternator. but remember fuse on wire is to protect the wire from catching on fires.

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does anyone use circuit brakers???? just wondering dont see many ppl using them. i use 300amp circuit brakers.... for my A.B. VFL 200.1 also. just wondering if anyone else does.


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does anyone use circuit brakers???? just wondering dont see many ppl using them. i use 300amp circuit brakers.... for my A.B. VFL 200.1 also. just wondering if anyone else does.

nope. and there is a very good reason why you dont want to use one.

- every time that breakers goes off it degrades and that choice of protection is being less and less reliable every time it goes off.

- a fuse thermally burns up when it has surpassed its limit so you can deem it more reliable than a breaker to do so.

a fuse will be more reliable than a breaker, i rather spend a few a bucks more to keep a stash of extra fuses then to have a breaker that may or may not work when needed

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what did you do wrong?

i didnt do it yet. i cant pick up my hc2000's till next month. i have never been able to find a place that actually explained it good enough to where i could vusualize it. this is by far the best explanation/tutorial of how to do it.


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