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Copper - Posts: 92
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Posted: May 12, 2007 at 6:31 PM / IP Logged  

Hi guys, I was wondering if this is too much for a little ol' small remote wire coming out of my head unit to power...

I have a 2006 chrysler 300, head unit is an avic n2

the remote wire coming out from there going to the trunk is connected to 2 amps (one 2 channel for the subs, one 4 channel for the speakers). also have it connected to the back up camera, and 2 12v computer fans for the amps. What do you guys think? I think it is too much and need to do a relay. Anybody think I am in the clear and dont need to change anything?

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Location: United States
Posted: May 14, 2007 at 9:31 AM / IP Logged  
I would run a relay for all of it just to be safe.. The remote leads are usually good for only a few mA. If one of those fans should take a dive that could blow your turn on ckt in the head unit pretty easy...
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Copper - Posts: 630
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Joined: January 27, 2003
Location: Idaho, United States
Posted: May 14, 2007 at 10:58 PM / IP Logged  
A Bosch relay and a 5 amp fuse. These will cost you alot less than having your HU repaired.
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Posted: May 15, 2007 at 12:37 AM / IP Logged

Quite simple, actually.

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