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Old 10-14-2006, 04:24 PM   #1
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Default How many amps for a fuel pump

I am installing a toggle for the electric fuel pump, will a 20 amp switch be enough?
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Take a look in your fuse box...I think it's 10 amps.
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Since the factory fuse is 10 amps, i would think 20 amp switch is more than enough
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If you use the switch to close the circuit on the primary side of the relay, it can be even smaller, still.

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Quote:
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Take a look in your fuse box...I think it's 10 amps.
Yes I agree, fuel pump fuse is a 10a.
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