Don't get stranded because of a simple fuse. You should always carry one of each amperage as spares for your car in the glove box. A little FYI, a fuse is a devise used to protect against excessive current in an electrical system. Fuses are used as safety devices that are designed to burn out when too much electrical current is applied to them. Electrical current is measured in amperes; hence fuses are given amperage ratings called amps. Too many amps flowing cause the fuse to fail. It is always a good idea to carry an extra set of fuses in your glove box.
The original fuse box is poorly located and has a weak cover, leaving the box prone to being kicked. This new assembly has a stronger cover and is positioned higher to help alleviate this problem. Best of all, it's an upgrade to modern blade-type fuses! Put an end to the corrosion problems of the original bullet style fuses with this improved easy-to-install kit (no cutting or snipping necessary). The kit includes the fuse box, pre-installed fuses, fuse covers, and color-coded labels to clearly identify the circuits and wires for each fuse (for easy trouble-shooting)
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