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    mitch in Oregon
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    Source for a replacement aftermarket fuse panel

    I give up. My existing fuse panel is so corroded that the fuses overheat and melt. The tension is so weak that the fuses are not held in solidly and some circuits are intermittent. I've cleaned the contacts and bend the terminal several times, but now I'd like to switch over to modern blade style fuses.

    Can anyone suggest a inexpensive source for a 10, 12, 14 circuit fuse panel that uses modern blade style fuses. No need for a BMW specific panel - any generic will be fine.

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    Mitch
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    Re: Source for a replacement aftermarket fuse panel

    there are loads of good used boxes available the only fuse area I know that commonly heats up to the point of killing a box is the HEAT/AC fuse. When I replace a box with that problem I wire the circuit to the outside of the box usually using the two satellite fuses.

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