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Remote Car Starter question

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Tyson Howard, May 6, 2004.

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  1. Tyson Howard

    Tyson Howard Guest

    I just installed a remote starter into my 1990 Chevy Suburban. It worked
    for a while, then it would not start remotely anymore. I found that the 30-
    amp fuse in the remote starter was blown. I am assuming that my truck
    requires more than 30 amps to start the vehicle. I decided to use an
    external relay to do it, but the largest auto relays I can find are 30-amp.
    Is it possible to wire 2 of these in parallel (obviously with a fuse
    inline) to avoid damage to the relays? If not, what is a good source of
    higher than 30 amp relays that I can use to do this?
     
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