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    #16
    How are they clocked though. Really makes no difference but I found it nice that the mustang one had everything in easy to reach locations.
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      #17
      that part I don't know... but three bolts out and rotate to your preferred clock so it's not really an issue.

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      ... and it should all work like magic and unicorns and stuff.
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        #18
        Hey guys gonna replace fuses today but my horn aint working either!!!!! What fuse position is the horn located??????

        Thanks for all the great help!
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          #19
          What kind of amp do you have? It sounds like its maxed out or getting a bad voltage drop... what size power wire are you using? And why the hell is the sub in the back seat? lol
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            #20
            Pioneer 600 watt rms 1200 max!!!! 4 gauge power wire. the sub is in the car because it is so cold i need to help it warm up plus sounds better!!!

            im getting a new car soon but i was asking about the fuses i need to know where the fuse is located for 1. the horn 2. front cigarette lighter thanks
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              #21
              Originally posted by vitals_fading View Post
              Pioneer 600 watt rms 1200 max!!!! 4 gauge power wire. the sub is in the car because it is so cold i need to help it warm up plus sounds better!!!

              im getting a new car soon but i was asking about the fuses i need to know where the fuse is located for 1. the horn 2. front cigarette lighter thanks
              Same position. They use the same fuse. Position 16 me thinks...

              20amp

              Dave said it earlier....

              Might be a different position for the TownCar but it's a good place to start and it should still be a 20amp.
              Last edited by 86VickyLX; 01-10-2011, 02:05 AM.

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                #22
                Can you see the top of the broken lock pull up thingy on the back door when you look down into the hole?

                You might get lucky and be able to move it to the hole with a nail or something, and have a friend hit the power lock, maybe get the back door to open.

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by 87gtVIC View Post
                  Referring to your video....
                  I think you need to invest in a 130amp alternator...that along with the big three would help tremendously. Cant really do the big 3 with a 2g alternator...assuming that is what your car has.
                  why wouldnt i be able too? i just went from 300 to 600 watts and i have a ton of 0 guage wire!!!!! the big three would help alot!!!!! if it is possible to do it do i have to still connect the black wire that runs of the negative battery terminal?
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                    #24
                    you need more power.

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                      #25
                      ill figure out which alt i have tomorrow even if its the stock wouldn't it help with the power flow?????

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                        #26
                        ill figure out which alt i have tomorrow even if its the stock wouldn't it help with the power flow?????

                        Matt
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