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    10515 dtavres's Avatar
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    Alright... I've changed my mind after talking to DMC California.

    It looks like there's no real benefit to replace the fuse block for just this one fuse (#7). They said it's common, and completely fine to install an inline fuse. So, that's what I'll do.

    More to come...
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    Senior Member GS450-Junkie's Avatar
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    Not me....I'm changing mine out. I've noticed other fuses starting to lean out of position. Anywho....

    Here's my question for you guys.... After a few practice crimps as well as a couple mistakes on my part....now I'm 1 or 2 terminals short. Can I buy some of these locally? Are there different sizes available or is this just a generic open barrel fuse terminal that will fit our new fuse block??

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    DMC Midwest - 815.459.6439 DMCMW Dave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by GS450-Junkie View Post
    Not me....I'm changing mine out. I've noticed other fuses starting to lean out of position. Anywho....

    Here's my question for you guys.... After a few practice crimps as well as a couple mistakes on my part....now I'm 1 or 2 terminals short. Can I buy some of these locally? Are there different sizes available or is this just a generic open barrel fuse terminal that will fit our new fuse block??
    Call the place you got the fuse block from. There are always a few extra terminals laying around.


    Sent from phone
    Dave S
    DMC Midwest - retired but helping
    dswingle@DeLorean.com

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