To work out how much current is drawn you need to divide the Watts by the Volts. Depending on where you are the volts will be either 240V or 120V. You would need to allow for some head room.
So, in the UK: 600 Watts / 240 Volts = 2.5 Amps (so a 3 amp fuse should be fine)
In the US: 600 Watts / 120 Volts = 5 Amps (so a 5 amp fuse won't give you any headroom - which might be okay if you keep the volume low :)
Well seein as this says car as the type youd prolly want to use 12 volts duh,
and its 600watts/12volts= 50 amp fuse
you can figure this out by division, divide watts by voltage = amperage
The 1997 Chrysler Sebring radio amplifier does have an in-line fuse. The in-line fuse will be in the radio wiring harness.
Amplifier or blown fuse.
First, you need to upgrade the "big three" wires - alternator to battery positive, battery negative to ground, and engine block to ground. That is, of course, unless you like the idea of your car catching fire. From there, you can wire it directly off the battery with a circuit breaker or inline fuse, or you can find an unused slot in your fuse panel, put in a fuse, and use wire connectors.
The is not an inline fuse, there is one in the fuse panel under the right lower side of the dash.
The inline fuse on a 1998 Kia Sportage will be located in the exterior fuse box underneath the hood.
Fuses are inline. There is no fuse box.
There is no inline fuse. The fuse box is located under the dash and to the left of the steering column.
It has no in-line fuse. The fuse is in the fuse panel.
The fuses are inline. There is no fuse box.
Sometimes there is.
The Audio with Amplifier fuse is No. 15 in the fuse box. It should be a yellow 20 amp fuse. The box is located in the engine compartment driver side above the wheel well.