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Switching to Blade Fuses

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Huddlebob, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. 0D6F75D1-1633-4F21-9C29-B4BD21E7905D.jpeg D611D837-88D6-45CC-B108-2FAA31E3BD27.jpeg Hey everyone, I’m not an electronics expert. I want to replace the old glass fuse block with a new blade fuse block. However, I’m not sure how to wire it.

    the glass fuse has a wire running in and out, while the new block only has one terminal for each fuse, no in and out. It doesn’t look like there’s any way for power to run into the fuse block. There’s a point for grounding, but that’s it
     
  2. NewHavenMike

    NewHavenMike 1976 XS360C Top Contributor

    It looks like that fuse box wont work. Its looks like you have a single connector for power, like its a power splitter box or something.

    The 4 fuses are: 20amp for main power, and three 10amp fuses for everything else. You can use inline fuses and do without an actual fuse box. Something like this: https://www.autozone.com/electrical...s/bussmann-atc-fuse-holder-with-cover/32415_0

    I use this fusebox with 4 circuits, its super compact and takes mini atm fuses: http://www.cycleterminal.com/mp280-fuse-box.html
     

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