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Show off your aux fuse panels.

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Newlife, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. llibrm

    llibrm Well-Known Member

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    Thanks
     
  2. PcBuilder14

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    Just got my relay/fuse block. Not sure when I'll install it.

    This thing looks awesomely built and I can't wait to put it to use!

    You have the power and ground wire coming from the box, as well as one extra wire that can be used as a 12 volt source to power your switches.

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    DSC_0002 (4) by PcBuilder14, on Flickr







    These are the five sets of wires for each relay. The bigger wire is the one you connect to your accessory. The smaller wire is the control wire that you connect to your switch.

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    DSC_0004 (4) by PcBuilder14, on Flickr







    Each relay has a 30amp fuse. The 15amp fuse is for that extra wire that you can use for the switches 12 volt source. The other 4 blank fuse holders can be used for any non-relayed device such as a cb radio.

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    DSC_0006 (3) by PcBuilder14, on Flickr







    Here you can see the extra wire, it's blurry, but it's there haha

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    DSC_0007 (4) by PcBuilder14, on Flickr







    Once you've seen all of that, this should look pretty understandable to you. The green blanks that are between each red wire are used for the 4 extra blank fuse space on the box.

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    DSC_0009 (4) by PcBuilder14, on Flickr
     
  3. tri2hunt

    tri2hunt Well-Known Member

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    ^^^^ Can you please let me know where you got this??
    I really want to get the same thing...
    Thank you very much!!
     
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  5. Manwithoutaplan

    Manwithoutaplan the full Monty

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    here is mine [​IMG]
     
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    Here's mine. Blue sea fuse block on a home made mount protected by an 80 amp Maxi fuse.
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    ready to wire up bed lights, hood lights, led bar, rock lights, and rear lights.


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    heres mine. also using the bussmann stup.
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    Has anybody installed an aux fuse panel inside the cab? Been looking around but don't see any such examples...
     
  11. JustinL

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    There's someone that put his Blue Sea under the center console. Is have to search to find it. Give me a min.
     
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    Mines in the cab behind the rear driver side passenger seat in a DCSB. Its hooked up to my aux battery that also lives behind that seat. Recently put a 100amp bussman circuit breaker in the place of that small in-line fuse so it looks a little different now.

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    Fantastic, thanks Alex. That's where I was thinking of installing mine, with an aux group 31 battery installed in my toolbox.

    The center console sounds like it has potential, but I have a Console Vault so I am still curious to see an example of where it was installed.
     
  14. JustinL

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    Will this is the one I saw
    Username Pepe98

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    Thanks Justin! That's a pretty tight fit and it would be kind of difficult checking/replacing fuses. I'm thinking I'll explore the back seat option further. Thanks again guys :)
     
  16. SMKYTXN

    SMKYTXN If it can't be overdone it's not worth doing

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    No, it's a big help to us newbies with grandious ideas. Where did you find you hardware and did you build a step by step thread on this install?
    I've purchased some of my lighting, and working up the funds for additional, but I was sitting here thiking last night "I can't splice!! WTF do I need to do!?" And BAM Tacomaworld. Thanks man.
     
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    VanCity4x Out fer a Rip eh Bud

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    Relays are mounted on bottom side, under the fusebox. Did a few designs and this was the most functional for me. Relay terminals are easy to access but still hidden and securely mounted.
     
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    well shit I thought I was the only one to think of stashing the blue sea 12 back there :)
     
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