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Old 12-11-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Just wondering, where do you buy the fuse switch??Sure would like to install one as its getting harder and harder to bend over to take the fuse out and ever harder to get it back into place especially after dark.
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Just wondering, where do you buy the fuse switch??Sure would like to install one as its getting harder and harder to bend over to take the fuse out and ever harder to get it back into place especially after dark.
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HERE is a link to a commercially-available unit (it's the 4th or 5th item down the page), but you can buy the materials at Wal-Mart and do your own for a lot less. All you need is an inline fuse holder, a switch, and some wire.

Remove the old fuse and wire the switch and an inline fuse across the terminals where the original plug-in fuse used to be. Make sure the switch and wire are rated to carry the amperage of the original fuse (or higher). The new, inline fuse should be on the hot side of the fuse you are bypassing. Otherwise the hot side of circuit will not be protected when the switch is turned off.
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