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Old 01-19-2006, 08:08 AM
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Electrical Distribution

Just wondering how others are distributing 12 volts for multiple accessories? Between the CD receiver, ham radio, driving lights, and rear light, that poor little YJ fuse box is max'd out.

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You can always put in another fuse block without too much trouble. Do you have any trouble running all that off your electrical system of do you have ab beefed up electrical?

That reminds me, anyone know what the YJ altenator on the 4.0 is rated for?

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No problems running of stock electrical system.

Most all info looks like the alternator on a 4.0L YJ is 90 amps.
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Cool. Thanks.

You can get a fuse block at any parts store. That would be the best bet, I believe.
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I have wondered the same thing. I never thought about a second fuse block. Thanks AmeriJeep.
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