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Old 06-22-2015, 11:41 PM
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Here's the electrical subpanel in my trunk. I have a #10 red wire to power my subwoofer amplifier (40 amps), and that branches to a 10 amp to power a relay, that in turn powers the fuel pump. To control the relay I have an 12V ignition source through a 2 amp fuse, then through a inertia switch bolted to the chassis.

The spare fuse in the panel will be for a 150W 120AC inverter.
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Old 09-28-2015, 10:00 AM
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The Summit Racing fuel filter started leaking, but a re-torque of the canister fixed that. The pump is working fine. I like the feature that I am able to turn the pump on before cranking the engine.

My only complaint is that the electrical connectors are not exactly secure. They are #10 posts and push-on female connectors, like Ford used on several under hood connectors, except the posts are not threaded, but smooth.
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