How Many Amps Does It Take to Start a Car?


The amount of amps necessary to start a car depends on the car and size of engine. A small car may start with 200 amps. Most average size cars can take 300 to 500 amps to start.
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The first thing to do is find the exact location where to install the car amp. Connect the speakers, the tuner and the power supply. In doing this you must be very particular with
For a smaller vehicle or a half-dead battery, 200 amps might be sufficient. You should check your vehicle's manual and see what the 'cold start' amperage requirement is. Larger vehicles
1. Test to make sure the amplifier is getting power and the circuit board is good. You can do that by hooking up the power cable (red) and the ground wire (black) to the chassis of
1. Mount your amplifier on a solid surface that will not conduct electricity. In other words, do not mount it on a metal surface. 2. Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Make
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