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Fuse box connectors


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Jeff,

Any ideas on the part number for the fuse recepticals in the fuse box? I'm looking for the female ends that the blade fuses plug into. Responding to the seat heating question reminded me that I never did find that part. I ended up buying a wrong-sized AMP connector and trimming it to fit. Non-ideal of course and I'd like to replace it if possible.

Thanks in advance,

jonathan

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That's kinda the issue. In that diagram, which I have, there is no part shown. It SHOULD be somewhere nearby the lower right. The lower right area shows fuses, the fuse support, and the slide (locks electrical connectors in place) but NOT the electrical connectors that would be inserted into the fuse support. Should be a connector that would crimp onto a lead, insert into the fuse support, be locked by the slide, and accept one blade from a fuse

Listed somewhere else? Or maybe I am being dense and missing the obvious?

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This is like looking for a needle in a haystack, and pet is very little help. Try #23 on the same page. Have no idea what is is other than a contact bush, which is an electrical terminal.

My parts dept loves me when I order a 20 cent terminal just to see what it is. Here is my $2 worth of terminals. I will look at the next fuse box we take out to see what this terminal looks like. Jeff

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Ah HAH! The part on the top row center in your picture appears to be the right part. I could be wrong but it has the right shape to it.

The bottom center terminal may be the large relay terminal but it's harder to tell.

May I ask what part numbers those are?

Thanks,

jonathan

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999 650 320 22 and N 903 352 04. 56 cents for both so it is worth a shot. These 2 electrical connectors are listed in the TSB for Traffic Pro and I ordered them just to see what they were. I have see the same connectors being used in other wiring. Jeff

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