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Old 03-14-2009, 08:48 PM
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Default ford help uncle ben

well kind of....p.o. added this fuse block, which according to the now defunct cover was from a ford of some sort. he's cheap, so it was probably an older ford that he was given.

there are all mega fuses, each one having one wire out the back to the item to be powered, in a staggered pattern. that makes sense.

there are however two mini fuses at the end opposite the power stud that have 10a fuses in them, two wires, one @16ga, the other @12ga. they don't appear to draw power from the main stud that the mega fuses draw from?

basically looking for confirmation here, but the meter shows them dead on both ends, i'm guessing the larger ga. wire is power in...any reason not to put eyelets on them, add to main power stud and run a couple small accessories (cb and gps) off the smaller wires for each?

thanks babe.
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Old 03-15-2009, 12:13 AM
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Check conductivity between the large wire and the smaller ones to be sure of your circuits but that sounds like a perfect application to me!
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