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Why not take off your side panel and run the loop externally while testing? Put it in a baking pan, or something.

It almost seems like you're trying to find the most inconvenient way to do it lol.
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Originally Posted by xTweetyBird View Post
Won't the amperage of a car battery fry the pump?
No, the pump will only pull as many amps as it needs. Yes you can run your pump off of the battery, there is nothing wrong with doing that.
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lol This is what I call hard core getto testing
That was awesome.
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No, the pump will only pull as many amps as it needs. Yes you can run your pump off of the battery, there is nothing wrong with doing that.
Great , I thought that was the case but needed a second opinion.
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