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xanderthedude 
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Its not that I am worried about the battery being drained I just have a battery problem where my the battery light on my dash comes on once in a while. I have not been able to figure it out. I think its the alternator but I can't be sure.
So would the pac-80 work?
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The only thing the Pac 80 will do would allow you to shut power off to the amp in an emergency situation.  It would actually pull an extra amp of current to keep the device energized.  This will in no way help if you are already having charging issues.
xanderthedude 
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Oh. I thought the pac 8 would just take power from the battery once in a while and give power to the amp. So wiring straight to the battery is the best plan?
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