Sunroof problem and fuses

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  1. rowdy

    rowdy New Member

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    My sunroof stayed open and wouldn’t close so I found the fuse to it and took it out and left it out for a couple minutes but it’s also hooked up to my radio. So I put it back in and my sunroof works. So can I replace the blue 20 amp fuse with a pink 30 amp, or would that cause problems?
     
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    jkelly16 Hey y'all, watch this! Administrator Moderator

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    I would never put a higher amp fuse in a slot meant for a lower amp, you could burn something up if the fuse did not blow.
     
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    Ok thanks. My friend got a 30 amp for me and said that it should be fine, and I didn’t want to put it in without finding out that it could start a fire
     

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