Fuse block replacement

Electrical & Ignition

  1. Senator Leahy

    Senator Leahy Active Member

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    1965 chrysler New Yorker

    The condition of my fuse block is in pretty bad shape, some of the plasticizer melted, rusted connections and some wires cut, and they put an acc fuse outside of the block. Just wondering if anyone has swapped out the stock fuse block and went to a universal fuse block and what I should expect. The rest of the wiring harness looks good and I'm just going thru it cleaning connections and tying off loose ends. I have the wiring diagrams so I should be able to put everything back. Just want some opinions and suggestions on what I'm in for. I'm thinking about the Painless 12 circut universal fuse block. Thanks

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    Thanks commando
     
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    They have several six circuit but I don't know if that's enough for you.

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    In order to use that fuse block on your car you will likely have to modify your harness a little bit being that it isn't a direct replacement for your car. You may have to cut and extend a couple of wires to use the fuse block properly.

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    The dude that works at Painless! LOL
     
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