i joined this site a while ago and never thought to post a thread till now. thanks u to all the ppl that has helped me through the chat. i plan on trying to do hair tricked with four 12s in a sealed box in the trunk. i too think its impossible. but maybe. just maybe with enough batteries and amps i can.
I'm sorry is it the fuse box for the entire Car or are you talking about a fuse holder (like a ANL unit)?
sounds like both to me.
op, are you using the factory charging line from the front? can you take a picture of the fuse box so we can see what that factory line is running through? Its possible there is just too much being drawn through that.
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Thanks 97 eldo. Ppl on here has been very helpful. And I appreciate it. Sorry guys for not updating the thread in a while. I found out what the problem was. It was the name brand of the fuse block I used. The fuse is good. But the plastic and the metal parts that holds the 200 amp fuse were the problem. Before I spend $100 on 1/0 GA wire for my car. My friend came by my house and told me he had the same problem and he told me to try a better brand fuse block. After I installed the new fuse block with the same 200 amp fuse that was used while the plastic was getting melted. I blasted my system for a while and the problem went away. Beckerson1. I have not got to run the big 3 or run a negative to the alt bracket mount bolts. I was really happy to find out buying cheap fuse blocks does make a difference. I will get to it. I want to thank everyone for ur response and trying to help me with that very frustrating problem.
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