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This is a discussion on Wire kit Yamaha 5KM-86171-00-00 within the Audio, Lighting and Electrical forums, part of the General Discussions category; Check to see if those plugs are all on the same fuse. If they are, you could install a larger amp fuse there. Then use ...

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    Check to see if those plugs are all on the same fuse. If they are, you could install a larger amp fuse there. Then use a smaller amp fuse on each leg. Kinda depends on what your installing and how much amp draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRed View Post
    i hooked my garmin gps directly to these plugs. and i was planning to hook my usb charging ports and led dome light directly too ( as in no relay ). am planning on installing a fuse for each plug in case of a short or any other issue that could take out all my plugs ( hate to lose my GPS while in the woods because of a short in my dome light. )
    i would check my amp draw but my amp meter is for ac amps only.
    i would assume i should have no issues with wiring that stuff without a relay??
    those lead are intended as control wires and not to power higher current devices. Most Gamine GPS units are 1A or more (look at the rating of the socket adapter, even an 10 year old 4" garmin I use has a 1A PS. A relay is easy to add expecially when you have the control wire there.

    One of them goes to a relay coil terminal.
    The other coil teminal to ground
    Power in on one of the other terminals (fuse that one at 10A or more) and the other goes to device loads. Even if you had them all off the same one.

    Other wise you'd need a master switch to turn on items that you don't want to have ignition or accessory control. But you are still pulling power from the battery in that case and its fused as well from the batter.

    Most meters have a DC current range and some have 10A range using a different input for the positive lead. I have a few like that. I can't say I have seen a meter with AC current range. rather i don't own one and very specialized. Check again.
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    MassiveOverkill, on the accessory harness...is the brown wire the power wire and the black ground? Thanks for your help and thanks for this post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redmanjr1 View Post
    MassiveOverkill, on the accessory harness...is the brown wire the power wire and the black ground? Thanks for your help and thanks for this post!
    That's correct and you're welcome!
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