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shawty950 shawty950 is offline
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Originally Posted by DibbyDibbyDJ View Post
please nobody use these.

They are terrible and a huge cause of breakdowns as they fall out or connectors come loose.

Mitsubishi fuses always cover more circuits than the diagrams say, and i have seen numerous non starts caused by these
While I dont discount DibbyDibbys experience with some types of these add a circuits,
1. They are 2 separate fuses/feeds off the live side, and if used as just a trigger will be fine.
2. I have had these type as both low amp trigger as well as running dash cams and reverse camera head units for 150k in the paj, and 100+k in the triton, doing madigan line, sandover hwy and other rough ish type roads and never had one fail.
Some of the ebay ones that only have a tail coming off the primary fuse may be another issue, but the ones referenced have never given me an issue.
SOLD at 150k's - 2011 NT Platinum Diesel auto. Wheels and tyres, cav filter, caddy storage/ausguard barrier and icom IC-440N. NoLimit Tuning Chip. T13 Bullbar. Other stuff when money allows.

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