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Old 08-24-2018, 07:52 PM
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Default Fuse Terminal for Interior Fuse Box

I need a part number for the female fuse terminals that plug into the back of the fuse box just inside the driver's door. I'm not looking for a fuse tap or anything like that; rather, I want the actual terminal that crimps on the power wire.
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Old 08-25-2018, 01:08 AM
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I need a part number for the female fuse terminals that plug into the back of the fuse box just inside the driver's door. I'm not looking for a fuse tap or anything like that; rather, I want the actual terminal that crimps on the power wire.
Only way you are likely to get that is to go to a pick & pull and liberate a fuse panel and de-pin a few pigtails for yourself. If it were me, i'd pull the two 7mm screws down pull down as much of the harness as you can free from under the back of the I/P and use a cable cutter or pair of dykes to get at least a good 5-6" of wire at least and then you have a plethora of different sized wires and proper terminals for whatever reasons.

Those terminals are sold in like 1000-2500 rolls and actually are separate by either the Lear Corp or Yazaki suppliers, both headquaters are in Michigan for the most part. (Dearborn/Farmington Hills if I recall)

DjFlim is a parts guy I believe, he may be able to verify otherwise but back in the day when I made I/P harnesses from scratch or last minute revisions on the 98' ranger/Explorer program back in 95' thats how it was.

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Old 08-25-2018, 06:22 AM
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Default Re: Fuse Terminal for Interior Fuse Box

I figured I could do that as a last resort, but I really would like to not have that extra splice. Crimping the terminal on the wired makes a cleaner and more reliable job.

I've been poking around online trying to find it, but finding those terminals isn't easy. I ordered some that looked close, but they are about 1/8" too short, which would let them wiggle too much in the fuse block. They would probably work, but I'm no fan of "probably."
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Old 08-25-2018, 03:52 PM
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There should be a number on the plastic connector body.
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There should be a number on the plastic connector body.
that would be for the connector not the terminals
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