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  • #16
    you could also use a little urine and one slice of bread...

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    • #17
      Originally posted by takeone51 View Post
      you could also use a little urine and one slice of bread...
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      • #18
        are u guys sure the fuses in the picture are 20-30-20?


        I went out to buy some fuses and the green one is 40 and the pink one is 30,

        so it's 30-40-30, is this ok?
        Last edited by kmk3; 10-16-2009, 08:33 PM.

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        • #19
          A thousand pardons, please. You are correct, I just went out and double checked mine. Pink-Green-Pink = 30-40-30
          Didn't think 20-30-20 sounded right, but just never double checked til now.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by kmk3 View Post
            are u guys sure the fuses in the picture are 20-30-20?


            I went out to buy some fuses and the green one is 40 and the pink one is 30,

            so it's 30-40-30, is this ok?
            Stock is 20-30-20 and this is what I'm running. So far, I've popped the 30 amp twice. I'm upgrading to 30-40-30. Others run this combo with no trouble, so I think you'll be better off with 30-40-30
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            • #21
              Originally posted by batstiva View Post
              A thousand pardons, please. You are correct, I just went out and double checked mine. Pink-Green-Pink = 30-40-30
              Didn't think 20-30-20 sounded right, but just never double checked til now.
              Just now looking at this thread, and yeah, 30 sounded a touch low for a main
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              • #22
                thanks for all the help guys!

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                • #23
                  word!

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                  • #24
                    The factory fusible links in my 1989 LX are 15-25-15. All my training in electronics taught me never to replace a fuse with a larger rating....except for maybe a short term emergency use or test.

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                    • #25
                      We used to have a guy for thread revivals like this!

                      I've been running 30 40 30 for over two decades and hundreds of thousands of miles.
                      Contact me for information about Festiva Madness!
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