this question is kinda split into 2 answers.
1. total amps available to your car thru it's battery can be 500, 600, 700, etc amps
2.fused amps are restricted by the fuses, say a car radio has a amp draw of 5 amps so the fuse thru that circuit would be rated at 5.5 or possibly 6 amps to protect the component .
So total amps " used " in your car is simply added up all the fuse ratings of all the fuses in the car and you will be close.Now if you add excessories then the amps will increase with each item added.
One side note, the battery itself and the car have connected a special fuse called a fusible link to protect the whole car from say a bad short so say a 500 amp battery does not burn the car or explode the battery .Hope this helps.
No you cannot house amps use 120 volt ac car amps use 12 volt dc
To charge a car battery you need aproximatly 8000 amps To charge a car battery you need aproximatly 8000 amps
modern cars use a 12 volt battery. Amps depends on the battery. Common sizes range from 500-800 cold cranking amps.
A typical car stereo contains 4 amps. It is rare to find a car stereo without amps. Cars usually can contain up 8 amps, but you could always add more.
Yes amps from Infinity, Sony and many others have led's built in.
about 3 or 4
Nothing at all. Increasing the cranking amps will not harm anything. The starter will only draw the amps it needs.
In normal simple circuits WATTS = VOLTS x AMPS So if you use a 12V car battery 4 amps is 48 Watts American 110V mains 4 amps = 440 Watts English 240V mains 4 amps = 960 Watts
amps like.. amplifiers? it depends on how many speakers you have. or amps like.. current draw? again. depends on your power needs, your power amps... ect
Could be about 13 amps at 240 v.