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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

    Cande shop where in orlando are you located?







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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

    Ok problem solved. It was a loose connection near the anl fuse holder to the battery. I appreciate everyone's help and suggestions. Thanks again everyone




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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

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    Cande shop where in orlando are you located?
    2875 N. Forsyth Rd
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    We're near Full Sail campus




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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

    Quote Originally Posted by lhsx_hpno View Post
    Ok problem solved. It was a loose connection near the anl fuse holder to the battery. I appreciate everyone's help and suggestions. Thanks again everyone
    Still wanna see pics...



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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

    Quote Originally Posted by jrdnhsnbrg View Post
    Still wanna see pics...
    the spot where my wire was getting hot?




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    Re: 0 Gauge wire getting hot

    Quote Originally Posted by lhsx_hpno View Post
    the spot where my wire was getting hot?
    The whole setup, all of the amps and whatnot



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