What is the current draw on a fuse?

What is the current draw on a fuse?

Amplifier: completely removed > NO CHANGE. Everything else is factory stock including radio. 1) Hooked up the meter in series to the negative battery cable. Meter reads 7.18 (20mA/10A scale) current draw. 2) UNDERHOOD – If I pull the: #15 40amp fuse labeled “ Back up, ACC” > the current draw drops to 0.48mA (seems acceptable from what I’ve read).

Why does my Fuse keep draining my battery?

When i would turn the key all the lights would dim, because of the massive current draw to a bad starter. The current draw to the fuse was actually the computer which takes a while to shut down after you take the key out. thank you once again for all the support. Click to expand…

How to find the cause of parasitic battery drain?

Luckily, you can usually find the cause of a parasitic draw yourself. Start by connecting a digital multimeter to the negative battery terminal of your vehicle. Then, remove the fuses one at a time while watching for changes in the multimeter’s reading.

How can I find out if my car has a parasitic draw?

Luckily, you can usually find the cause of a parasitic draw yourself. Start by connecting a digital multimeter to the negative battery terminal of your vehicle. Then, remove the fuses one at a time while watching for changes in the multimeter’s reading. Once the reading drops, you’ve found the culprit and can take steps to repair it.

Amplifier: completely removed > NO CHANGE. Everything else is factory stock including radio. 1) Hooked up the meter in series to the negative battery cable. Meter reads 7.18 (20mA/10A scale) current draw. 2) UNDERHOOD – If I pull the: #15 40amp fuse labeled “ Back up, ACC” > the current draw drops to 0.48mA (seems acceptable from what I’ve read).

When i would turn the key all the lights would dim, because of the massive current draw to a bad starter. The current draw to the fuse was actually the computer which takes a while to shut down after you take the key out. thank you once again for all the support. Click to expand…

What’s the draw on the Honda Accord back up Fuse?

2) UNDERHOOD – If I pull the: #15 40amp fuse labeled “ Back up, ACC” > the current draw drops to 0.48mA (seems acceptable from what I’ve read). a. I have pulled all the other fuses and relays underhood and no change. 3) I have pulled out all the fuses – one at a time – and the only one that makes a huge drop is the #7 “Back up” fuse.

Do you have a 10 volt draw on Fuse witch?

An expert that got 10 achievements. An expert that got 5 achievements. An expert that has over 500 points. Re: I have a 10 volt draw on #15 fuse witch is 40 amp… Voltage is not the means to find the drain, even a minor switching circuit may show 12 volts.

2) UNDERHOOD – If I pull the: #15 40amp fuse labeled “ Back up, ACC” > the current draw drops to 0.48mA (seems acceptable from what I’ve read). a. I have pulled all the other fuses and relays underhood and no change. 3) I have pulled out all the fuses – one at a time – and the only one that makes a huge drop is the #7 “Back up” fuse.

How can I tell if my witch fuse is good?

The only thing g to test that way would be to disconnect items in the circuit ( a listing can usually be found in the owners manual or other tech publication ) until the reading drops. Check amperage across the fuse, make sure meter has a good fuse, not foil over a blown fuse.

When did the Acura MDX fuse box come out?

In this article, we consider the first generation Acura MDX (YD1), produced from 2001 to 2006. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Acura MDX 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006, get information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse (fuse layout) and relay.

When did the Acura MDX battery start draining?

Plaintiff Janice Pfeiffer says she purchased a 2006 Acura MDX in 2008 and by 2012 her Acura experienced its first drained battery, followed by a repeated schedule of jump starts, replacement of the alternator and several batteries.

Is the 15A fuse linked to the under dash box?

The underdash fusebox is *not* linked to that fuse, and the Helms is telling you each and every thing that the fuse is powering… I pulled the 15A fuse for the radio from the under-dash box and it actually made the drain INCREASE, but by only 0.01A (to 0.07).

How can a fuse drain a car battery?

Can’t imagine anything else. Even if you have all of this, they shouldn’t drain a battery in one week. Only thing you can do is to get a Ampere Meter and stick it in that faulty fuse to see what it drains. The fuse can not drain anything, it must be the wires or the device that the fuse is for.

Is there a fuse for the north star system?

In the same fuse box is a fuse for the north star system. If there is nothing in the radio that can be fixed I will install a normal closed relay to stop the radio from drain the battery. I was just hoping that someone had a similar problem and there was a fix for just the radio itself.

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